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How one pandemic made another one worse

12 mins | Oct 31, 2022
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Turning all focus to battling COVID-19, allowed tuberculosis to resurge. Before COVID-19, tuberculosis was the deadliest pathogen in the world. Now, as the after-effects of the pandemic are realised, The Economist explores how lockdowns and short-staffed medical services enabled TB cases to soar.

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