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Where are the real risk areas?

MagazineJune 1997 (Vol. 8 Issue 3)Where are the real risk areas?

Increasingly a problem in areas of poor sanitation in South America, Middle East, Africa and Asia

Cholera

Increasingly a problem in areas of poor sanitation in South America, Middle East, Africa and Asia. Vaccine only recommended if travelling to cholera areas across remote borders, especially overland.

Yellow Fever

Tropical areas of Africa and South America.

Malaria

Travellers to Africa are at risk. In Asia and South America, little risk of exposure in towns or resorts or if travelling to rural areas in daylight hours.

Typhoid

Travellers to industrialized countries at little risk. Warm countries with primitive sanitation greatest risk, especially developing countries in Latin America, Asia and Africa.


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