Monday, u U.S. Department of State has published Level Four: The advice does not work for Japan, urging Americans to be cautious when traveling to the country just two months before it is ready to host the 2021 Summer Olympics
In tandem with the State Department’s warning, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released its own separate guide Monday warning Americans of “avoid all travel to Japan. “
“The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a Level 4 Travel Health Notice to Japan due to COVID-19, indicating a very high level of COVID-19 in the country,” he said. wrote the agency in a notice on Monday. “There are restrictions in place that affect the entry of U.S. citizens into Japan. ”
U Summer Olympics – Already is delayed a year due to the repercussions from Covid-19 – they will launch on July 23 in Tokyo. The latest guidance from U.S. government agencies has fueled speculation about whether or not the nation’s athletes will have the ability to participate in the affected games, and are you Based in the US spectators now face obstacles to their presence.
In a statement, the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee said that while it was aware of the updated regulations, it was still optimistic that the American Team’s ability to compete would not stop.
“We are confident that current mitigation practices in place for athletes and personnel by both the USOPC and the Tokyo Organizing Committee, accompanied by pre-trip testing, on arrival in Japan and during the games, will allow for a safe participation of Team USA, ”The Committee said he said.
Tokyo is currently struggling with rising Covid-19 rates, and it is currently in a state of emergency until May 31 – a deadline that officers are waiting to be extended. In Japan, u the vaccination rate is also low, currently planning somewhere right between 2 and 4 percent.
The decision to add Japan to Level 4: Not going to the council comes about a month after the United States updated the list to include about 80% from all countries in the world, including nations such as Canada, the United Kingdom and Mexico.