Who's at risk?

People travelling to tropical or subtropical countries may be at increased risk of infection because cyclosporais common in many developing countries.

Most of the cases reported in England and Wales involve people who'vereturned from trips to:

  • the Caribbean
  • Central and South America
  • Turkey
  • the Indian subcontinent
  • the Far East

There have been relatively few casesinvolving people holidaying in Africa.

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Medically Reviewed by a doctor on 21 Dec 2018