TB Multimedia Resources
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Preliminary TB data show that the number of U.S. TB disease cases increased by 5% in 2022, with considerable increases in some groups. CDC is calling on healthcare providers and communities disproportionately affected by TB to Think. Test. Treat TB.
Preliminary CDC data, released on World Tuberculosis (TB) Day, show that TB disease diagnoses fell 20% in 2020 and remained 13% lower in 2021 than pre-pandemic levels. These declines may be related to factors associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, including a true reduction in incidence as well as delayed or missed TB diagnoses.
Although TB cases have fallen steadily since 1993, progress toward elimination has recently slowed and the COVID-19 pandemic has further strained TB prevention and control services.