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February 2022

Pediatric Infectious Disease Around the Globe
Fouzia Naeem, Chokechai Rongkavilit, Editor

International travel is increasingly common. Over 93 million US citizens, including children and teens, traveled outside the country for business and leisure purposes in 2018. Travel continued to increase until 2020 when it dropped to 9.8 million due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Travel medicine has become an essential field owing to the rapid growth in international travel, particularly in the developing world. Travel, especially to low- and middle-income countries, is significantly associated with an increased risk of infections, many of which are not seen in high-income countries.

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