Smacks down Information Commission by pointing to policy and data revealing the app has probably helped quite a lot India’s Central Information Commission has warned the nation’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology that it could face penalties under the Right to Information Act after it was found to have been “evasive” in its response to a request for information about the Aarogya Setu contact-tracing app.…
Users who opt-in will share COVID encounter info with the boss, in the name of returning the economy to a more normal footing India has created an API service that allows third-parties like employers to access information about their staff gathered by its Aarogya Setu COVID-19-contact-tracing app.…
When I am writing this article, in our country more than 13 lakh confirmed cases and this counting is growing day-by-day at a very scary rate.It is very difficult to identify who is infected with the virus.There are only 3-4 ways if we instill or follow these ways in our lives, we stay safe.Read More at : Us onAppsinvo | Behance | Facebook | Instagram  | Linkedin | Dribbble | Twitter | Tumblr | Pinterest | Flickr
With the lockdown on it has become important to stop the progress of the Virus and keep citizens safe and uninfected.In an effort to achieve that the government is using a contact tracking application called the Arogya Setu app to alert people about being in the proximity of someone who is infected or a carrier of the COVID-19 virus.
We all are familiar with the current situation, the COVID-19 cases are increasing in the world including India.The government of India already spread awareness about the virus outbreak within a time that helps us a lot.In India, corona cases have crossed 18,000.Therefore, our government has made another strategy called mobile surveillance.The GoI has launched an app that is the most downloaded app with a pace of 13 days.Read More at : Us onAppsinvo | Behance | Facebook | Instagram  | Linkedin | Dribbble | Twitter | Tumblr | Pinterest | Flickr
A host of initiatives undertaken in the recent years have created an invisible force for India, which in turn helping India to sail through the Corona lockdown phase.
The lockdown deadline has been extended to win the battle against Corona.Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing the country today said that the lockdown will continue till May 3 across the country to defeat Corona.He said that if we keep patience, follow the rules, we will be able to defeat the epidemic like Corona.He sought public support for this.1.Take care of the elderly2.Follow Social distancing3.Follow AYUSH Ministry guidelines on improving immunity4.Download Aarogya Setu app5.Help the poor6.Compassion for employees7.Respect Frontline workers