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Table 1 Some socio-demographic and travel related data among the studies groups

From: Travel risk behaviors as a determinants of receiving pre-travel health consultation and prevention

Variables   Visitor Non-Visitor
N = 755 N = 800
Gender    
  Male 427 (56.6) 457 (57.1)
  Female 328(43.3) 343(42.9)
Nationality    
  Kuwaiti 515 (68.2) 436 (54.5)
  Non K 240 (31.8) 364 (45.5)
Age Group    
  5-30 130 (17.2) 122 (15.3)
  30-45 254 (33.7) 303 (37.9)
  45-60 185 (24.5) 201 (25.1)
  >60 186 (24.6) 174 (21.7)
Occupation    
  No work 122 (16.2) 84 (10.5)
  White collar 356 (47.2) 299 (37.4)
  Blue collar 137 (18.1) 296 (37.0)
  Domestic Worker 140 (18.5) 121 (15.1)
Purpose of Travel    
  Family 115 (15.2) 311 (38.9)
  Work 191 (25.3) 135 (16.8)
  Leisure 449 (59.5) 354 (44.3)
Travel Destination    
  Asia 196 (25) 208 (25)
  Africa 355 (47) 276 (34.5)
  S. America 76 (10) 50 (6.25)
  Others 128 (17) 266 (33.25)
Locations Visiting    
  Forest 154 (20.4) 60 (07.5)
  Rural 248 (32.8) 328 (41.0)
  Urban 353 (46.8) 412 (51.5)
Accommodations    
  Family 118 (15.6) 389 (48.6)
  Camp 154 (20.4) 144 (18.0)
  Hotel 483 (64.0) 267 (33.4)
Duration    
  <1 week 202 (26.8) 172 (21.5)
  1-4 weeks 397 (52.5) 283 (35.4)
  4-12 weeks 156 (20.7) 345 (43.1)
History of Past Travel    
  1-4 visits 533 (70.6) 612 (76.5)
  >4 visits 222 (29.4) 188 (23.5)
Knowledge of the THC    
  No 110 (14.6) 301 (37.6)
  Yes from the media 212 (28.1) 216 (27.0)
  Yes from other sources 433 (57.3) 283 (35.4)