The US has added three new countries to its high-risk list for travel due to COVID-19. Amid rising cases, the Philippines, Russia and Nepal were added on Monday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
They join more than 100 other countries still on the Level 3 travel advisory list, including nations across Europe, South America, the Pacific, Asia and Africa.
Just 18 countries -- such as South Africa, India, Indonesia and Azerbaijan -- are on the moderate risk list for travel advisories, while only 23 are on the low risk list, including Cuba, Egypt, China and Pakistan.
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