More than 30,000 people die of TB in South Africa each year. eNCA's Lindsay Dentlinger has more. Courtesy #DStv403
JOHANNESBURG - It took years for the country to get on top of HIV and tuberculosis testing and treatment but the COVID-19 pandemic could reverse these gains.
More than 30,000 people die of TB in South Africa each year.
Experts say authorities need to use the patient-centric advances introduced during this pandemic, to exceed pre-lockdown management and treatment of HIV and TB.
Lindsay Dentlinger has more details in the video above.