The US State Department on Thursday has lifted its 4th highest level travel advisory that was issued on March 2020 for the citizen of the USA to travel internationally amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has published the list of low-risk countries where US citizens can travel. Taiwan, Greenland, Laos,Thailand, Fiji, New Zealand are in the list of low-risk countries.

The “With health and safety conditions improving in some countries and potentially deteriorating in others, the Department is returning to our previous system of country-specific levels of travel advice,” the department said in a statement.

With the number of countries opening their border for the travelers during the summer season,         the US Public health officials have asked the US citizen to exercise caution when traveling abroad. Also, the State agency told to the US citizen to avoid nonessential travel due to pandemic.

Being the USA at the top of the high-risk country, most of the world has shut its borders to American travelers traveling from the USA. The European Union countries have still banned US citizens to travel their country. China, the United Kingdom, Brazil, and Iran have still banned US citizens to travel their countries as well.

Currently The USA has the total Covid-19 cases of 5,036,881 with 2,296070 active cases and the death count to 162,873.