The World Health Organization (WHO) has launched a mobile app to provide the latest guidance and updates on the World Health Organization Corona Virus.
The app, called WHO COVID-19 Updates, provides reliable information about the virus from health experts.
However, it does not offer features, such as contact tracking which is very popular among apps released by many governments around the world.
The World Health Organization initially brought the app focused on the Coronavirus in April, but pulled it from app stores shortly after its launch because it was not intended for general availability.
The new WHO app works very similarly to the original app released by the agency earlier this year.
WHO COVID-19 Updates is a general purpose app to limit the spread of the virus, by providing safety advice and updated information.
Depending on your location, the app offers the latest local news and information and notifications in real time.
The number of national and global cases counted is shown on the main screen to allow people to follow the outbreak of the Coronavirus.
And you can Also, scroll down to see all basic hygiene practices, and the app also provides you with a link to allow you to donate to the WHO Coronavirus Response Fund.
In order to provide details about the symptoms of Corona, the app contains a screening tab that lists severe and mild symptoms.
You can also head to the Learn tab in the app for travel advice and how you can protect yourself from the virus.
The app also lists wrong information and answers common questions about Coronavirus.
There is a dedicated Statistics tab to allow you to have a look at the most recent Corona cases on your site and worldwide, as well as detail the most recent number of deaths reported from the infectious disease.
The WHO app is compatible with both Android and iOS devices, and requires at least Android 4.4 or iOS 9.0.
And theIs limited The app is initially on Nigeria, and is expected to roll out to other English speaking countries soon.
The app provides country-specific data for all major regions, regardless of its current limited availability.