Worldwide Effects of Coronavirus Disease Pandemic on Tuberculosis Services, January-April 2020
AuthorMigliori, GB; Thong, PM; Akkerman, O; Alffenaar, J-W; Alvarez-Navascues, F; Assao-Neino, MM; Bernard, PV; Biala, JS; Blanc, F-X; Bogorodskaya, EM; ...
Source TitleEmerging Infectious Diseases
PublisherCENTERS DISEASE CONTROL & PREVENTION
University of Melbourne Author/sDenholm, Justin
AffiliationMicrobiology and Immunology
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsMigliori, G. B., Thong, P. M., Akkerman, O., Alffenaar, J. -W., Alvarez-Navascues, F., Assao-Neino, M. M., Bernard, P. V., Biala, J. S., Blanc, F. -X., Bogorodskaya, E. M., Borisov, S., Buonsenso, D., Calnan, M., Castellotti, P. F., Centis, R., Chakaya, J. M., Cho, J. -G., Codecasa, L. R., D'Ambrosio, L. ,... Goletti, D. (2020). Worldwide Effects of Coronavirus Disease Pandemic on Tuberculosis Services, January-April 2020. EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES, 26 (11), pp.2709-2712. https://doi.org/10.3201/eid2611.203163.
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Open Access URLPublished version
Open Access at PMChttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7588533
Coronavirus disease has disrupted tuberculosis services globally. Data from 33 centers in 16 countries on 5 continents showed that attendance at tuberculosis centers was lower during the first 4 months of the pandemic in 2020 than for the same period in 2019. Resources are needed to ensure tuberculosis care continuity during the pandemic.
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