HIV-related restrictions on entry, residence and stay in the WHO European Region: a survey

@article{Lazarus2010HIVrelatedRO,
  title={HIV-related restrictions on entry, residence and stay in the WHO European Region: a survey},
  author={Jeffrey Victor Lazarus and Nadja Kehler Curth and Matthew Weait and Srdan Matic},
  journal={Journal of the International AIDS Society},
  year={2010},
  volume={13},
  pages={2 - 2}
}
  • J. Lazarus, N. Curth, S. Matic
  • Published 1 January 2010
  • Medicine, Political Science
  • Journal of the International AIDS Society
BackgroundBack in 1987, the World Health Organization (WHO) concluded that the screening of international travellers was an ineffective way to prevent the spread of HIV. However, some countries still restrict the entrance and/or residency of foreigners with an HIV infection. HIV-related travel restrictions have serious implications for individual and public health, and violate internationally recognized human rights. In this study, we reviewed the current situation regarding HIV-related travel… 
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