The mission of the Tuberculosis (TB) Program is to control, prevent, and eventually eliminate TB from the Commonwealth of Virginia. The program aims to detect every case of TB in Virginia, assure that every case is adequately and completely treated, and prevent transmission of TB in communities.
VDH World TB Day 2024 - March 22, 2024, 2-4pm
- Special topic - Preventing Tuberculosis from Globetrotting: Exploring Travel Policies and Processes
- Featuring Helen MacGregor from the Division of Global Migration Health (DGMH)
- Register here
2023 Local TB Counts and Rates Now Available
Please use these data to assist you in completing facility assessments. Please remember that rates in geographic areas with a small number of cases can be statistically unreliable. If using this data for a facility assessment, considering using health district level data if you are located in a small city or county. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com with additional data questions and requests.
2019-2023 Local TB Counts and Rates (Updated 02/16/2024)
Humanitarian Parolee Programs
Please see the new Humanitarian Parolee Programs page, which includes new media/communications materials, as well as reporting forms for local health district staff.
Latent Tuberculosis Infection Treatment and Opioid Use
A one page guidance note is available summarizing the NTCA Testing and Treatment of LTBI Clinical Recommendation Guidance as it relates to LTBI treatment in the context of opioid use. The document is available in the treatment section of the LTBI page and directly here.
Direct Program Contacts
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