Additionally, the White House has raised this Monday to the highest level of risk due to the coronavirus to countries such as Cyprus, Portugal, Kyrgyzstan, or Cuba.
The United States has once again recommended that Spain not "travel" due to a growing epidemic, forcing US officials to place the country at high risk.
According to a travel notice issued by the State Department on Monday, do not travel to Spain because of Covid-19, according to a warning sent by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Specifically, the US authorities have raised Spain to "level 4", the maximum, due to the "very high" risk of the coronavirus in the country.
The State Department has also called for "greater caution" in Spain "due to terrorism and civil unrest."
In addition to Spain, the United States on Monday raised COVID-19 to the highest level of threat for countries such as Cyprus, Portugal, Kyrgyzstan, or Cuba.
Similarly, it has included Israel, Armenia, Croatia, or Hungary, among other notices, in the "Level 3" threat. It urges to "reconsider" the transfer to these countries due to the pandemic or restrictions related to it.
According to a report released by the Spanish Ministry of Health on Monday, Friday's events in 14 days included 700.10 out of 100,000 residents. 677.67 was reported last Friday by the department headed by Carolina Darias.
The United States will maintain the current travel restrictions to enter its territory in the face of increases in infections with the delta variant of the coronavirus, which in the case of this country has caused a sharp rise in cases.
White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki confirmed that the government chaired by Joe Biden intends to maintain the current restrictions.
Psaki reminded that the delta situation is spreading across the country and the rest of the world. In the case of the United States, it has created a new wave that mainly affects unaccounted-for individuals.
They hope they will continue in the coming weeks.
On the other hand, Psaki considered it normal for the country's health authorities to have an "active" discussion on the measures to be taken, including the possibility of reclaiming the use of the mask indoors,
Leading government epidemiologists after Antony Fauci admit that the possibility is being considered.
In any case, he insisted, the government would make decisions based on the recommendations of its scientific and health officials, always following "statistics" and not as a political decision.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) established in May that the fully vaccinated population in the United States could remain without a mask most of the time, even if they are indoors or with many people.