The new Coronavirus outbreaks in American states such as Mississippi, Louisiana, and Florida are very dangerous, and they classify among the world’s highly affected and worst outbreaks. Several American states have severe outbreaks more dangerous than the nations on the CDC’s (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) ‘Do Not Travel’ list, putting up questions over whether local travel should be banned to avoid the threatening spread of the delta strain, which is highly contagious and dangerous.
According to figures verified by the New York Times, American state Louisiana has higher Coronavirus infections per capita than any other nation across the world, confirming nearly 120 novel infections daily, per 100,000 people.
The infection ratio tops that of the Eastern European country of Botswana, ninety-six infections per 100,000 people, and Georgia, 104, nations that are dealing with the horrible outbreaks all across the world.
As supposed alongside nations, American states make up five of the eight horrible outbreaks across the world, which are in Botswana, Georgia, Louisiana, Alabama (sixty-eight infections per 100,000 people), Arkansas (77), Cuba (78), Mississippi (89), and Florida (93) without those countries with tiny population sizes.
The world’s top 20 worst and horrible outbreaks to be in thirteen American states, including North Carolina (43 infections per 100,000 people), Missouri (47), Texas (43), Kentucky (48), Tennessee (49), the state of Georgia (48), Oklahoma (51) and South Carolina (55).
The CDC added seven more locations in the ‘Do Not Travel’ list
Several American states have infection rates much higher than most countries on the CDC’s ‘Do Not Travel’ list, which added 7 additional locations, including Thailand (29 infections per 100,000 people), Israel (44), and Eswatini (66).
The organization guides that people of America shouldn’t go to locations where risk is high unless very crucial. The CDC highly recommends those be fully inoculated before traveling to high-risk locations. Furthermore, the agency advises travelers to postpone their journeys unless they get fully inoculated.
Many nations on the CDC’s list and voyagers from various nations, including Iran, China, South Africa, India, Ireland, the United Kingdom, and most of Europe, restricted from stepping into America at all, excluding limited exceptions, a few critics are stressing the duplicity of restricting international travel to places that have much better management on Coronavirus pandemic.
A doctor and a CNN medical analyst, Dr. Jonathan Reiner, described that the circumstances in American states such as Florida are worse that its people would be restricted from going to the United States if it were another country.