Nepal | May 28, 2020

Mobile App on Covid-19 info launched

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KATHMANDU: The government of Nepal today launched a mobile application containing all necessary information about Coronavirus infection.

Spokesperson of the Ministry of Health and Population Dr Bikas Devkota stated today that the app would help identify people that have contracted the disease via self-assessment based on existing symptoms and simultaneously guiding their treatment.

“A person can check for symptoms of the disease through the app on the basis of which the next steps pertaining to their treatment can determined,” Dr Devkota informed during the live app launch event.

The app will also contain data related to the status of infected in the country, under observation and suspected cases, number of tests done, among other necessary information related to the pandemic in the country.

It will also be instrumental in learning about the availability or unavailability of treatment facilities in the hospitals nearby and at other health care facilities, according to the ministry.

Click here to download the app.

Watch the launch event:

कोरोनासँग सम्बन्धित सम्पूर्ण जानकारी दिने लञ्च भएको छ ।

स्वास्थ्य तथा जनसंख्या मन्त्रालयले प्रयोगमा ल्याएको कोरोनासँग सम्बन्धित सम्पूर्ण जानकारी दिने लञ्च भएको छ । Mohp Nepal

Posted by Ministry of Health and Population-Nepal on Sunday, March 29, 2020


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