A lot of misinformation about the coronavirus, which has spread around the world and has become a pandemic, is circulating among the public. World Health Organization, which wants to prevent the spread of false information, is preparing to publish its mobile application containing informative pages.
The coronavirus, which appeared in China in late 2019, is now almost everywhere in our world, including our country. Authorities, on the other hand, announce flight bans and even curfews in order to prevent the spread of the virus and protect its people.
The World Health Organization, the private body of the United Nations responsible for international public health, plays a major role in making common decisions and overcoming health problems in a health-threatening health condition. WHO (WHO), which continues to work on coronavirus and publish declarations, aims to launch a mobile application.
The World Health Organization’s new application: WHO MyHealth.
The World Health Organization MyHealth application, which divides the measures to be taken to protect against coronavirus as “Protect Yourself” and “Travel Recommendations”, wants to destroy the wrong information that travels among the people and raise awareness about the coronavirus with this application.
It is stated that the information in the open source application developed by a group of former Microsoft and Google employees is the same as the information on the WhatsApp line that WHO will use. In addition to these, it is also mentioned that warning notifications will be sent according to the location of the person in the application.
With the application, which is expected to be released to smartphone users worldwide on Monday, March 30, you can find out if you have coronavirus symptoms and learn what to do to protect yourself from the virus that has become a pandemic.