The World Health Organization (WHO) can launch the app for information related to Coronavirus (COVID-19) by the end of this month. This app can be launched for Android and iOS as well as the web in the name of WHO MyHealth. The World Health Organization will launch this app to reach out to people about the Coronavirus epidemic. According to 9to5Google's report, this app can be launched by March 30. WHO is developing it as an open-source tool to reach out to more and more people.

According to the report, people will get news updates, tips, and alerts related to Coronavirus through the WHO MyHealth app. With the help of which people can be made aware of this dreaded virus. Former Microsoft and Google employees are developing this app together. The help of WHO advisors is also being taken. The initial version of this app will be like WHO's a chatbot, which was launched last week in the name of WHO MyHealth alert. According to WHO, users will get official information related to Coronavirus in health alerts. In which people will be suggested measures to avoid infection of the disease. In addition, people will also be told to debunk travel advice, Coronavirus. There are 12 million users of the English version of this alert tool launched last week.

Users will also get it from time to time through the WHO MyHealth app. It will be given notifications according to the location of the users. It can also be given a self-tares tool. With the help of which users will be able to report coronavirus's symptoms by themselves. In addition, many more advanced features can also be provided in this app.

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