The same thing happened when Europeans made their way to new lands. Great voyages of exploration from the 1300s to the 1600s spread European diseases like measles to vulnerable peoples such as Pacific islanders. Today, travel is an everyday thing. Thanks to airplanes, we cross continents in a matter of hours – and so does disease. Experts know that they must always take travel patterns into account when trying to unravel the course of any new outbreaks.
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