What we know about a new tuberculosis epidemic in England

Two months ago, when I first reported on the new tuberculosis outbreak, I was told it had hit England.

Today, a more serious outbreak has swept across much of England.

The outbreak has spread to five out of the six counties in England, with the largest concentration in Walsall.

It is the first major outbreak of TB in Britain since the 1950s, when there were only about a dozen cases a year in the UK.

At the height of the outbreak, it had already affected more than 5,000 people in England.

The UK Health Protection Agency (HPA) has said there are currently no new cases of the disease in the country, which is one of the world’s highest-risk countries for new infections.

The HPA says there are about 5,600 cases in England every year, and the figures continue to rise.

But in the past few weeks, there have been signs of a resurgence.

Last week, the UK government announced that the number of new TB cases had dropped to 5,566, compared to a peak of 6,746 in December.

“This is really encouraging.

I think it’s a sign that TB is back in the game,” said Dr Michael White, from the University of York.

White said there is evidence to suggest that TB cases are going down in England because there is an increased awareness about TB and the treatment available.

He said the HPA and NHS have had some success in reducing the number and the severity of TB cases, with about 50% of cases now being caught and treated.

Last week, NHS England announced that people who are considered to be in the highest risk group will now receive TB treatments, with a new £1,000 injection for TB, which costs £40, compared with a previous NHS trial.

But, White said, TB still has a long way to go.

“It’s a huge disease that affects a lot of people, and we’re still going to see it,” he said.

TB is not a new illness, and it is not clear whether this is a new trend, said Dr Stephen Daley, from King’s College London.”TB is the biggest threat to public health in the world today,” Daley said.

“TB is endemic in most countries, and its a huge threat to the NHS and other public health services.”

So we need to be prepared for it, and that’s what we’re doing, with TB drugs.

“The new TB vaccine is expected to come into use in 2021.

Tests have shown that about 80% of patients treated with the vaccine were positive for the new strain of the TB virus.

However, the majority of people who have been given the vaccine have not yet been tested for the disease.

HPA spokesman John Lewis said there has been a gradual increase in cases of TB over the last two weeks.

He said the increase in infections is a sign of a larger outbreak.”

The number of cases is slowly increasing, and more and more people are coming forward to get tested for TB,” Lewis said.”

Tests are increasing in the last couple of weeks, but this is really a symptom of a broader trend that we are seeing in the region.

Britain is one out of five countries worldwide that has not managed to control TB infections, which have now surpassed 100,000 cases.

“According to figures from the HPSA, there were about 30,000 new TB infections in England in the month of November, compared for the same month last year.

The HPA said it expects that the new outbreak will increase over the next two weeks and that a further 40,000 TB cases will be recorded over the course of this year.

We’re not seeing the increase that we had seen earlier, so we’re trying to see what we can do to get the numbers under control,” Lewis told Al Jazeera.

In addition to the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and South Africa have reported cases of new cases, according to the WHO.