After moving a massive number of destinations down to its “high” risk category for travel during the COVID pandemic, the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
(CDC) has decided to pull
off the Level 3 list down to Level 2 as case numbers continue to fall. With more than 50 percent of the population vaccinated—
including tourism frontline workers
—travelers can bask in
, alongside enhanced health and safety protocols. Specifically, the US State Department puts countries into one of four categories, based on a risk assessment:
Level 1 is “exercise normal precautions”
Level 2 is “exercise increased caution”
Level 3 is “reconsider travel”
Level 4 is “do not travel”
The Level 2 “moderate” risk category also saw the nations of
Antigua and Barbuda
, Mexico, and
slide into the list from Level 3.
was also moved to Level 2 from Level 1 “low” risk as its COVID situation worsened.
Current COVID-19 Numbers in Belize
COVID-19 infections are decreasing in Belize. Belize is reporting
new infections on average each day, 1% of the peak — the highest daily average reported on January 22.
Get the latest data from the WHO here