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  • March 9, 2020

Tracking tourist and citizens infected with coronavirus

Coronavirus Alert is an application designed to report and monitor cases of #coronavirus or #cov19 for municipal and government use.

The person can be tracked, report symptoms and notify the country authorities if the virus is positively confirmed in their body.

Coronavirus Alert is an App that allows the citizen to send alarms for confirmation and portability of the virus.

Coronavirus Alert provides nationwide coverage to report symptoms and seek assistance from health authorities. Each reported emergency is accompanied by your satellite position so that help can find it quickly.

Reported emergencies can be accompanied by photographs, audio and videos captured by the citizen thus facilitating the understanding of the alert for more efficient care.

The government agency may make mass notifications with health regulations and policies that have relevance for the prevention of the disease to society.

The app allows you to geolocate and assist the infected person.

Centralized geofences inform the population of areas with the highest rate of affected areas that are not recommended to be transited.

The app allows the citizen to know the hospitals and health centers closest to their location.


Coronavirus Alert, How does it work?


Confirmed COV19 button: Press CONFIRM COV19 to notify government authorities of the confirmed positive diagnosis in your person. 



Button I have symptoms: if you have suffered one or more symptoms: fever, cough, shortness of breath, body colors, general discomfort, nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat or chest pain.



I’m Here button: Use this button to report your immediate location to national health authorities and agents.


12 buttons to inform and give advice to the population:

Coronavirus Alert puts at your fingertips 12 configurable buttons to give recommendations in the prevention and treatment of coronavirus:

  • What is coronavirus
  • How it is transmitted
  • How the diagnosis is made
  • What are the symptoms
  • Is there a vaccine, medicine or treatment?
  • How to prevent
  • When to wear a mask
  • Traveler information
  • Fake news
  • Location of nearest hospitals and health centres
  • Contact with the Ministry of Health
  • Among others


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