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CDC Moves Bermuda Back To Level 4

The United States CDC has now moved Bermuda back to “Level 4: Very High Level of Covid-19 in Bermuda” — the highest level — saying that people should “avoid travel to Bermuda.”

It further notes that “if you must travel to Bermuda, make sure you are fully vaccinated before travel” and “because of the current situation in Bermuda, even fully vaccinated travelers may be at risk for getting and spreading Covid-19 variants.”

Screenshot from the CDC website as of today:

CDC Website January 20th 2022 Covid Bermuda

“Travelers should follow recommendations or requirements in Bermuda, including wearing a mask and staying 6 feet apart from others,” the CDC adds.

The CDC has four levels of rankings plus one for ‘unknown’, and there are currently around 100 nations and territories classified as Level 4.

Screenshot from the CDC website showing the nations classified as Level 4

Level 4 cdc jan 2022 covid

The island has been ranked as ‘Level 4’ before — the last time was in September 2021 — and the new ranking comes as active cases have increased to a record high 1953.

A quick animation of some of the recent portion of the timeline of our changes in classification is below, you can read the full timeline here on BermudaCovid.com, or read all Bernews coverage of our CDC rankings here.