Angola, Brazil, and Mozambique are on the list of 30 countries with more cases of tuberculosis in 2021, according to a report released today by the World Health Organization (WHO) on the disease.
The document, which analyzes the response to the disease in 215 countries or territories in 2021, highlights that Brazil was, among the 30 countries with the most cases, one of the five - Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Uganda, and Zambia - that recorded the highest levels of treatment coverage.
With regard to all the Portuguese-speaking countries and territories, and from the application that the WHO made available, with information . . .