World TB day is observed on 24th of March every year. This year’s theme is “The Clock is Ticking”. This day is designed to raise public awareness about the TB epidemic, which is still the number one killer globally among infectious diseases. Tuberculosis is a curable and preventable disease. The global burden of the disease attributes to delay and poor diagnostic and inadequate treatments, which leads to the severity of the disease with an increase in mortality rate and the spike in transmission and development of drug resistance. TB does not spare any country in the world, even though it unreasonably impacts LMIC (lower- to middle-income countries). A total of 3% of global TB cases occur in the WHO European Region. In the US, about 13 million people live with latent TB.