With companies struggling to cope with the consequences of the Coronavirus outbreak, there are some that are doing their part to help with the crisis. Reliance Jio and Airtel have just launched two tools that will help with a COVID-19 self-diagnosis. These tools come at a time when many are worried and this could give them a measure of help during this trying time. These tools will help users by asking them to answer a set of questions and will then determine whether the person is at risk of contracting the virus.
You can access the tool from the MyJio app or you can head on the dedicated website that has been launched specifically for this particular tool. The tool will deliver a set of questions that determine your travel history and if you’ve come in contact with anyone who’s been tested for the Coronavirus. Taking all the information in two, the tool will then let you know how at-risk you actually are based on low, moderate or high inferences. You can also access national and state helplines along with a list of test centres in a particular state and even has an FAQ section.
Airtel’s tool is developed in conjunction with Apollo Hospitals and also asks similar questions and assesses the risk level that you possess. You can check out the tool on the Airtel Thanks App or you could head to the official dedicated website as well.
If you think that you may be at risk of contracting the virus, it would help if you checked out these two tools. Until then, stay safe and stay tuned to Digit for more tech news and reviews.