The Pathex label lists a claim to kill tuberculosis bacteria. What about Hepatitis B and C?

The tuberculosis kill claim is used as a benchmark by the CDC (federal Centers for Disease Control) to designate Pathex as an intermediate-level disinfectant suitable for use where blood and other human soils are likely. The CDC also states that any germicide with a tuberculocidal claim on the label is considered capable of inactivating a broad spectrum of less resistant blood borne pathogens such as HIV, and Hepatitis B and C.