The US has announced $57 million in aid to seven affected countries for the treatment of tuberculosis. will provide a basis.
Washington.America The U.S. on Friday announced a grant of $57 million to seven countries, including India most affected by tuberculosis, to help in efforts to end tuberculosis. Other countries to which this assistance is being given include Bangladesh, Indonesia, Philippines, South Africa, Tajikistan and Ukraine.
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According to a media release, this initiative being taken together with the governments will provide a foundation to the lack of efforts to recover from tuberculosis due to the Kovid-19 epidemic. In the 23 countries where the ‘US Agency for International Development’ (USAID) has focused its attention, there will be fewer than one million people in 2020 due to Kovid-19 for the prevention and control of tuberculosis. Treatment and diagnosis reached. USAID said tuberculosis is the leading deadly infectious disease along with COVID-19, particularly in low- and middle-income countries, sickening 10 million people and killing 1.4 million people each year. Since 2000, USAID’s efforts have saved more than 60 million lives, the media release said.
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