The Journal of Infectiology and Epidemiology operates under an open-access model, ensuring that all its articles are readily available to the public. This approach allows for the global electronic distribution of peer-reviewed scientific literature that can be accessed, downloaded, copied, distributed, printed, searched, linked to, or used for various responsible purposes by scientists, scholars, professors, students, and individuals with a thirst for knowledge. Proper attribution of authorship is the only requirement for using and disseminating the work, and derivative works can be created and shared in any digital medium.

In alignment with the Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI), our commitment to "open access" means that this scientific literature is freely accessible on the public internet. This enables users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles without encountering financial, legal, or technical barriers, except for those inherent in accessing the internet itself. Copyright in this context primarily serves to protect the integrity of authors' work and their right to receive proper acknowledgment and citation.

Our journal actively promotes the transparent exchange of advanced scientific knowledge among both researchers and the general public. We ensure that our policies and practices for disseminating information align with the sustainability of a system that upholds rigorous scientific review before publication.