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CNSU updates list of countries of high epidemiological risk: Brazil and India out of the red zone

The National Committee for Emergency Situations (CNSU) approved on Friday a new decision on updating the list of countries / territories of high epidemiological risk, eliminating from the red zone, among others, South Africa, Brazil and India.

Thus, CNSU Decision No 4/2022 includes as main provisions:

* the update to the list of countries / territories with a high epidemiological risk, only in the case of the member states of the European Union and the European Economic Area, and maintaining the incidence rates from the previous week in the case of third countries;

* the exclusion from the red zone of the following countries / areas with high epidemiological risk: South Africa, Brazil, India, Nepal, Botswana, Eswatini, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Leshoto, Mozambique, Malawi, Angola and Zambia.

According to CNSU Decision No. 4/2022, the following are included in the red zone:

Cyprus – 55.7

Ireland – 49.1

Aruba – 48.4

Andorra – 45.2

Iceland – 43.3

France – 42.2

Isle of Man – 41.1

Greece – 41.0

Denmark – 40.8

San Marino – 38.5

Puerto Rico – 37.5

Portugal – 36.3

Guernsey – 35.2

Faroe Islands – 33.4

Gibraltar – 32.8

Curacao – 31.4

Spain – 29.9

Great Britain – 27.5

Jersey – 27.2

Luxembourg – 26.2

Malta – 25.4

United States Virgin Islands – 25.0

Switzerland – 23.4

Italy – 23.0

Monaco – 22.1

Belgium – 20.2

Liechtenstein – 20.0

Montenegro – 19.6

St. Maarten – 18.6

Bonaire, Saint Eustatius and Saba – 18.2

Sweden – 17.8

Slovenia – 17.4

Greenland – 16.9

Croatia – 16.8

Finland – 16.7

Lithuania – 16.6

The Netherlands – 16.0

Norway – 13.3

Northern Mariana Islands – 13.2

United States of America – 12.9

Estonia – 12.0

Seychelles – 11.4

Cayman Islands – 10.6

Turks and Caicos Islands – 10.0

Australia – 9.8

Cape Verde – 9.0

Latvia – 8.6

Saint Kitts and Nevis – 8.5

Botswana – 8.4

Austria – 8.2

Bermuda – 8.1

Czech Republic – 7.7

Argentina – 7.6

Georgia -7.1

Slovakia – 7.0

Canada – 6.8

Barbados – 6.7

Germany – 6.4

Bulgaria – 6.4

British Virgin Islands – 6.0

Anguilla – 5.5

Belize – 5.4

Hungary – 5.4

Eswatini – 5.4

Trinidad and Tobago – 5.1

Israel – 5.0

Turkey – 4.8

Lebanon – 4.7

Poland – 4.4

Namibia – 4.0

Maldives – 3.9

Panama – 3.6

Saint Lucia – 3.5

Uruguay – 3.5

The yellow zone includes the following countries or areas:

Serbia – 2.9

Bahrain – 2.8

South Africa -2.7

Fiji – 2.6

Comoros – 2.6

United Arab Emirates -2.6

Jordan – 2.5

Vietnam – 2.5

Zambia – 2.3

Russian Federation – 2.3

Romania – 2.3

Bosnia and Herzegovina – 2.2

Northern Macedonia – 2.1

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – 2.1

Qatar – 2.0

Lesotho – 2.0

Mauritius – 1.9

Laos – 1.8

Montserrat – 1.8

Albania – 1.8

Dominica -1.8

Guam – 1.8

Belarus – 1.7

Columbia – 1.6.

The list approved by CNSU enters into force starting with January 16, at 00.00, Agerpres informs.

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