Check out Corona virus symptoms from Aga Khan University’s app

Aga Khan University Hospital has released a mobile application ‘Corona Check’ so that people can monitor the symptoms of the virus while staying at home.

According to Aga Khan University’s website, the purpose of introducing the app is ‘to facilitate Pakistani citizens to analyze symptoms indoors and to inform them of further steps’.

This app uses an interactive chatbot equipped with artificial intelligence that advises users to understand the symptoms, identify potentially affected by code 19, and turn in timely help.

This app will ask people various questions such as travel history, their symptoms and whether they have come in contact with a Quad 19 patient.



The user can also listen to these questions in Urdu and according to the answers the application will be asked to seek medical advice or it will be told that it does not need tests. In the app.



The app also features videos to raise awareness of Cody 19, as well as emergency numbers for hospitals and ambulance services along with the national helpline.

Android users can download it at this link while Apple devices have the link.

Earlier, the National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) had also introduced an app for Android phones.

In this app, people can do their screening for Code 19 through English and Urdu.

It was developed by Nest’s National Center of Robotics and Automation (NCRA) and claimed to have been used more than 8,000 times in 9 different countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates.

This app can be downloaded by going to this website

The site also has a method for using it, which is very easy and can be used by almost everyone.

Large technology companies are taking various steps to ensure easy access to information regarding this global epidemic.

Apple Launches Website for Corona Virus Screening

In Germany, a smart watch app has also been introduced that combines data like smart watches or fitness tracker wearers on pulse, temperature and sleep to analyze flu-like illness.

The French government is also working on developing a smartphone app that will alert users when they are exposed to a corona virus patient.

Similar apps were successful in China, Singapore and South Korea.

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