LANSING, Mich. (Great Lakes News) – Travel guidelines have been eased for the U.S. per The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

The CDC downgraded the COVID-19 risk in the U.S. from “Level 4″to “Level 3″ on Monday.

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In addition, the change involves at least 110 countries and territories including Canada, France, Italy, Mexico, Poland, Spain, and Japan.

Japan is slated to host the Olympics this summer.

According to a CDC spokeswoman, 50 countries and territories have been lowered to “Level 2” or “Level 1.”

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Countries ranked lowest for COVID-19 risks now include Singapore, Israel, South Korea, Iceland, Belize and Albania.