Can I travel to a country with a CDC level 2 or level 3 travel advisory if using personal funding?

If traveling for your own personal business, this is allowable, but not recommended.

Travelers also need to understand that in accordance with CDC guidelines, those who choose to travel to countries with a CDC level 3 travel advisory for coronavirus must self-quarantine for 14 days and must seek an assessment with a health care provider before returning to campus.

Those traveling from a level 2 country are advised that 14-day self-quarantine is recommended.

If you’re traveling internationally and the CDC advisory level for any country you visited is elevated to level 3 for the coronavirus before you return to the U.S., you must self-quarantine for 14 days before returning to campus.

If the status is elevated to level 2 for coronavirus, self-quarantine is recommended.

Travelers should also note that the possibility exists that a country experiencing an outbreak could suspend travel in and out of the country and could result in travelers being stranded.