Tuberculosis experience in possible respiratory infectious disease outbreaks with lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic
Keywords:COVID-19 pandemic, outbreaks of respiratory infections, tuberculosis infection
The analysis of the lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic was carried out and the provision of treatment and preventive services to the population in health care facilities was improved in case of possible emergencies in connection with possible outbreaks of respiratory infectious diseases in the Republic of Tajikistan using the experience of the anti-tuberculosis service.During the COVID-19 pandemic, individual employees of anti-tuberculosis facilities reflected the relationship of coronavirus infection with contacts at work. The relationship between the dynamics of reducing the incidence of tuberculosis among employees of specific medical institutions and the volume of implemented interventions for anti-tuberculosis infection control, which, in combination with other anti-epidemic measures, plays a significant role in reducing the risk of spreading tuberculosis infection and is an essential element of protecting the health of medical workers, has been scientifically proven. The experience of TB facilities in complying with infection control rules and regulations can be used to prepare health systems for various likely outbreaks of respiratory infections.
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