App To Check COVID 19 Symptoms By Aga Khan University | Coronacheck
App To Check COVID 19 Symptoms. According to The Citizen website, Tanzanians can now easily and safely diagnose Covid 19 symptoms using a new method at home, thanks to the new Aga Khan Health Care Program and Aga Khan University (AKU) .
According to the website, the two organizations have launched a new Android and iPhone app that allows people to easily diagnose Covid 19 symptoms at home and, therefore, know the next steps after knowing their health. The app, nicknamed CoronaCheck, can be downloaded from the Play Store and App Store for free.
Through this app which is available in Swahili and English, you will be able to answer a variety of questions about your health including explaining if you are experiencing symptoms of discomfort in your body. Also through the app you will be able to get useful tips about corona virus, as well as access emergency COVID-19 emergency numbers.
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The program is the first of its kind in Tanzania, but it is not the first program that provides an opportunity to educate about the corona virus. A few weeks ago, the Australian government also launched a special app to help easily detect the infected corona virus called CovidSafe.
For now if you are here in Tanzania you can get this new Corona Check app through Play Store or App Store markets.
In the wake of the emerging global COVID-19 pandemic, the CoronaCheck app provides users with authentic, essential information shared by international experts, agencies and organizations regarding the novel coronavirus.
It’s authenticated assessment tool, driven by Artificial Intelligence, helps users conveniently conduct self-assessments in the comfort of their home, limiting risk of infection that comes with seeking medical advice.
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The app’s awareness videos, adopted from the World Health Organization and Ministries of Health for respective countries, aim to raise awareness about what COVID-19 is, measures to take to avoid spreading infection, precautions for parents to keep children safe, the need for physical distancing and guidelines on wearing PPE. Emergency contact numbers are also listed.