At the time when the Coronavirus pandemic was declared in the world, people were divided into two camps. Some believe that this is the beginning of the zombie apocalypse. Others, on the contrary, consider this an excessive hysteria and ignore it in every way. Governments of the world take their measures and coordinate actions with the World Health Organization. Ordinary people want this to end faster and not to personally hook them. Now, in order to reduce the danger to people, the same WHO is preparing a special application with great capabilities, which can, without exaggeration, save lives.
Now many people know that they need to wash their hands more often, to avoid mass crowds and not travel. This is useful knowledge, but the media and social networks are spreading more measures that have nothing to do with reality.
To combat this, WHO decided to release a special application for Android and iOS, so that people receive information from the correct source. In addition to the mobile version, there will also be a web version.
In all cases, the information will contain useful tips on how to behave, news, tips, warnings and more. All for greater awareness of people.
The application will arrive with the name ”WHO MyHealth”. Initially, a group of expert volunteers proposed to do it. The team consists of former Google and Microsoft employees, WHO advisers and ambassadors, as well as experts from several other industries.
The launch of the early version of the application is scheduled for Monday, March 30. However, the application is open source and our colleagues from the 9to5goggle were able to test it and see what it is like. Immediately they came to the conclusion that the app contains very important recommendations.
An interesting feature is the ability to warn a person that he is in a danger zone, where the risk of infection is much higher. If you suspect that you have become infected with a coronavirus, you can check the list of symptoms and conduct a basic “self-diagnosis”.