Apple launches a COVID-19 information tool for the US
Apple has launched a new screening tool for the US in partnership with CDC (The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). The tool, out there each as a web site and an iOS app, acts as an information middle for individuals throughout the nation.
The tool additionally lets you reply a bunch of questions to find out if you’ll want to quarantine, take a screening take a look at, or contact a medical skilled.
If you go on Apple’s web site, and reply its questions, it offers you solely two choices as a consequence: Call 911 or don’t name 911. Which doesn’t appear very useful when there are higher instruments that will help you out with detailed questionnaires.
Earlier this week, the firm rolled out Siri assist for coronavirus associated questions. Now, customers in the US can ask the assistant “How do I know if I have coronavirus?” to get pointers offered by CDC, and curated app options on the App retailer; unsure how an app listing will help some trying for a medical assistant at the moment.
Last week, Google additionally rolled out a devoted web site for US residents to get correct information on coronavirus pandemic. Notably, each
You can go to Apple’s COVID-19 web site to study extra.