Travel-related episodes of endemic typhus

As quoted by Steve in ProMED:

Travel-related episodes of endemic typhus are relatively uncommon.
The following chronology is abstracted from GIDEON

1997 (publication year) – Three Norwegian tourists acquired endemic typhus – in Guinea-Bissau, Crete and Thailand
1998 (publication year) – Three European travelers acquired endemic typhus in Indonesia.
1998 – Two Norwegians acquired endemic typhus – in China and Crete.
1999 – A Norwegian acquired endemic typhus in Malta
2001 (publication year) – A German tourist acquired murine typhus in Thailand.
2002 (publication year) – A traveler from Hong Kong acquired endemic typhus in China.
2003 – A Czech tourist acquired endemic typhus in Egypt.
2003 – A Japanese national developed endemic typhus in Vietnam.
2008 – Two Japanese nationals acquired endemic typhus overseas – one in Indonesia.

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