Zeenews BureauNew Delhi: After the stupendous success in Polio eradication, the government appears to have set its eyes on Tuberculosis (TB) as it has been declared a notifiable disease. Implying: from now on, any institution/hospital, government or private, which detects a new tuberculosis patient, will have to inform the government about the case and the kind of treatment given.The notification was sent to all states on May 7.According to the notification, to ensure proper monitoring, trim down TB transmission and choke the cases of drug resistant TB, the designated authority that would have to be informed about new TB cases are the district health officer/CMO of a district and the municipal health officer in a municipality.
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