The relevance of digital health strategies to support tuberculosis services in the COVID-19 pandemic context



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Lima, V. C., Rijo, R. P. C. L., Bernardi, F. A., Carvalho, I., Neiva, M. B., & Alves, D. (2021). The relevance of digital health strategies to support tuberculosis services in the COVID-19 pandemic context. Journal of Multiprofessional Health Research, 2(1), e02.72-e02.74. Retrieved from



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