Foreign workers in Bahrain are more likely to have tuberculosis than Bahrainis, according to experts.
Health Ministry statistics for the last 10 years indicate that there are up to 26 cases per 100,000 foreign arrivals, said a rep
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Bahrain’s health officials have called for foreign workers to undergo compulsory medical checks before they come to Bahrain following an increase in tuberculosis (TB) cases among expatriates.
Experts said more people were being detected wi