Travel Clinical Assistant (TCA)
The Travel Clinical Assistant provides post-travel clinical information on travel-related diseases for 231 countries. Diseases with recent outbreaks occurring in the last 2 years are listed first. For recent outbreaks, information on clinical symptoms, transmission modes, infection control, and reporting to the Georgia Department of Public Health are provided. The second table lists additional endemic and/or travel-related diseases that may be acquired by travelers to a country. Disease links are provided for additional information on symptoms, transmission, testing, and/or treatment.
Pre-travel vaccine recommendations can be found here.
Last update: 3/17/2020
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Note: Diseases are placed on the outbreak list if the term "outbreak", "cluster", or "epidemic" is used by CDC, the World Health Organization (WHO), Ministry of Health, or other official sources in press releases or media outlets.
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