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Resources to Take With You

An abundance of useful information is available on a variety of platforms. If you
decide to strike out on your own online, keep in mind that nonprofit, academic and
governmental websites are likely to contain the most reliable information; in the
United States, such sites have domains ending in .org (for nonprofits such as DAN
Boater), .edu (for academic institutions) or .gov (for governmental agencies).An abundance of useful information is available on a variety of platforms. If you decide to strike out on your own online, keep in mind that nonprofit, academic and governmental websites are likely to contain the most reliable information; in the United States, such sites have domains ending in .org (for nonprofits such as DAN Boater), .edu (for academic institutions) or .gov (for governmental agencies).

Here are several additional sources of well-researched, dependable travel health information:

GLOBAL TRAVEL HEALTH

*American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
*International Society of Travel Medicine
*National Travel Health Network and Centre (U.K.)
*World Health Organization (WHO)
GOVERNMENTAL OUTBREAK REPORTS

*CDC Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report
*Public Health Agency of Canada's Canada Communicable Disease Report
*WHO Weekly Epidemiological Record
MALARIA MAPS

*CDC Malaria Map
*WHO Malaria Information for Travelers
OTHER ONLINE RESOURCES

*CDC Travelers' Health
*U.S. Department of State Passports and International Travel


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