The World Health Organization (WHO) has officially launched an app that will provide people all over the world with accurate information regarding the virus and warnings specific to their location. The WHO COVID-19 App will now be your one-stop solution for your all information regarding the Corona Virus.
WHO COVID-19 App
The app is called ‘WHO COVID-19’, it will also offer ‘self-triage’ tools which will help users diagnose themselves and conclude whether their symptoms match to those of COVID-19. According to its features listed on the official Play Store listing page, the app will also offer the latest recommendations from the experts at WHO and its regional partners.
Originally the app was named ‘WHO MyHealth’, it has been developed by a group of volunteers who are working under the ‘WHO COVID App Collective’, which include former Google and Microsoft employees along with WHO advisors and ambassadors, and other industry experts. This is an open-source app, the code for it is available on GitHub. It was initially being built with Ionic React but they later switched to Google’s cross-platform Flutter SDK and which will help them build not only for the Android and iOS apps but also for the web app now.
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