CDC puts St Kitts and Nevis at level 1 on its COVID travel recommendations- “one of lowest risk destinations” 

The update in the ranking has been declared on Monday, April 11, 2022, and two Caribbean countries have been put in the ranking of CDC. The Federation of St Kitts and Nevis becomes the destination in the entire region that has acquired the rankings. Further, the other country is St Vincent and the Grenadines which has covered the ranking. 

CDC puts St Kitts and Nevis at level 1 on its COVID travel recommendations
CDC puts St Kitts and Nevis at level 1 on its COVID travel recommendations

St Kitts and Nevis: The Federation is witnessing a huge downfall in the cases of the COVID-19 pandemic and also faces a decline in its surge in a very recent period. While examining the particular situation in the country, the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) in the United States has now the Federation at Level 1 on its COVID-19 travel recommendations.

They have mentioned that the Federation is being ranked as one of the lowest risk destinations in the world. 

Level 1 of the CDC means that its the lowest risk category of the agency for traveling during the different waves of the pandemic

The update in the ranking has been declared on Monday, April 11, 2022, and two Caribbean countries have been put in the ranking of CDC. The Federation of St Kitts and Nevis becomes the destination in the entire region that has acquired the rankings. Further, the other country is St Vincent and the Grenadines which has covered the ranking. 

In addition to that, the Premier of Nevis and the leaders of the Concerned Citizen’s Movement have lauded the local authorities for the efforts made to manage the COVID-19 pandemic efficiently. 

While applauding the authorities, Premier Brantley noted, “I really want to laud the National COVID-19 Task Force which was headed by Abdias Samuel, and the Nevis Task Force headed by Dr. Judy Nisbett as they have made incredible efforts in tackling the COVID-19 outbreak. It is due to their efforts that the country has crossed 70 percent vaccination among the adult population. That’s why St Kitts and Nevis have become able to be ranked as one of the lowest risk destinations in the world by the CDC.”

St Kitts and Nevis recorded zero cases of the COVID-19 on Wednesday, April 12, 2022, and one person has recovered from the viral infection. Moreover, only five active cases have been left in the Federation of St Kitts and Nevis.