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4 local apps to fight COVID-19

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4 apps made by local developers are designed to help in slowing down the spread of COVID-19 in the Philippines.
4 local apps to fight COVID-19
4 local apps to fight COVID-19

These apps are designed to help users monitor their health and if they are vulnerable to COVID-19.

Check these anti-COVID apps

ENDCoV
ENDCoV

ENDCoV is developed by a team of students from the Asian Institute of Management taking up Master of Science in Innovation and Business. The app helps users assess their personal risk levels to the virus.

Users will have to sign up and answer a survey that follows the triage algorithm approved by the DOH and is also consistent with the WHO's latest surveillance definition of the disease. ENDCoV will determine their health status and offer solutions according to the results like recommending self-quarantine or getting tested for COVID-19.

Lastly, users can also keep information about the people they recently came in contact with as well as the places they visited.
WeTrace
WeTrace

Next up, WeTrace is developed by an IT expert from Cebu. It uses geolocation for contact tracing to generate patient mapping.

Users will need to turn their mobile data on to activate the app. Each user will have a unique QR code that helps ensure user's data and privacy is safe. The app will track the user's timeline and movements like where they go as well as how many WeTrace users are nearby. If one user becomes infected, authorities can easily check the WeTrace data for contact tracing.

Lastly, WeTrace will inform other users that were in contact with the infected user so that they can monitor their status.
CoVID Watch PH
CoVID Watch PH

CoVID Watch PH is an app developed through the joint effort of the DICT, DSWD, and PhilHealth. The app is a registration and contact tracing app available to the public to help in the monitoring of COVID-19 cases in the Philippines.

The app collects real-time data with accurate locating services which enables the national government to come up with a strategy and solution.
RC143
RC143

Lastly, RC143 is the Philippine Red Cross' official app. It uses AI as well as the wireless, geolocation, and sensory capabilities of users' smartphones.

It will track one's Exposure Risk Meter which is the levels of exposure to the virus. It also notifies the users when they enter a high-risk zone and allows them to connect with the Philippine Red Cross for medical assistance in case of a possible infection.

All of these apps are available for download via the Google Play Store.

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