The CDC has three levels of travel notices and has issued the following in response to the coronavirus outbreak:
"Warning Level 3: Avoid all non-essential travel" has been issued for China, Iran, Italy, and South Korea (note that non-essential travel includes layovers at airports).
"Alert Level 2: Practice enhanced precautions" has been issued for Japan, recommending that people who are have increased risk, such as older adults and people with chronic medical conditions, speak with a healthcare provider and potentially reconsider travel.
"Watch Level 1: Practice usual precautions" has not been issued for any destinations at this stage. For this level notice, the CDC does not recommend travelers postpone or cancel trips.
The State Department has four levels of travel advisories and has issued the following in response to the coronavirus outbreak:
Level 4 "Do Not Travel" warnings for China, Iran, and the Lombardy and Veneto regions of Italy.
Level 3: "Reconsider Travel" warnings for South Korea, Mongolia, and Italy.
Level 2: "Exercise Increased Caution" warnings for Macau, Hong Kong, and Japan.
Check the CDC's travel notices and the State Department's travel advisories for the latest updates.