WHO 2020 Global TB Report app – now available in English, French and Russian

The new version of the World Health Organization (WHO) 2020 Global TB Report app is now available for your smartphone and tablet. The game-changing app brings to the users’ fingertips the latest TB statistics and trends, country and region comparisons and quick search for indicators.

The app is now updated with latest data from the WHO 2020 Global Tuberculosis Report.

In addition to allowing users to explore and interact with data from 215 countries and areas, this update includes new features, such as:

·       the ability to create your own groups of countries for which the app will automatically calculate values for key indicators;

·       an expanded ‘favourites’ functionality where you can make specific countries, regions, personalized groups, as well as profile comparisons easily available;

·       the app is now available in English, French and Russian – switch between languages at any time.

Other languages and more features will be available in future updates of the app.

 

The app is available for free download on the Google Play and Apple App stores. It works both online and offline.

TB Report App - Apple QR code     Global TB Report 2020 App Android QR code
         iOS: link                          Android: link

*The data in the app are from WHO’s Global TB Report, which provides a comprehensive and up-to-date assessment of the TB epidemic, and progress in the response at global, regional and country levels. TB remains one of the top 10 causes of death worldwide and is the world’s top infectious killer.

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