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Davalbhakta, S., Advani, S., Kumar, S., Agarwal, V., Bhoyar, S., Fedirko, E., Agarwal, V., et al. (2020) A Systematic Review of Smartphone Applications Available for Corona Virus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) and the Assessment of Their Quality Using the Mobile Application Rating Scale (MARS). Journal of Medical Systems, 44, Article No. 164.
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10916-020-01633-3
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10916-020-01633-3

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  • TITLE: EPIDEM: A Mobile Application to Contain Coronavirus Disease 2019

    AUTHORS: Goetz Robert Uwe Grosche, Anna Katrina Javier Bolivar

    KEYWORDS: COVID-19, Coronavirus Disease 2019, Mobile Application

    JOURNAL NAME: E-Health Telecommunication Systems and Networks, Vol.9 No.4, December 15, 2020

    ABSTRACT: With the spread of COVID-19 across the globe, almost 33 million people became sick and almost 1 million have died (WHO). The government of the Philippines, along with the government of other countries declared movement restrictions or lockdown in the attempt to contain the virus. This resulted in loss of job and economic breakdown. The Philippines, in particular, experienced the longest and strictest lockdown. As a down side, a lot of people have lost their jobs and the country is currently facing economic recession. With the aim of containing the virus to reopen the economy, a team of experts developed a mobile application called EPIDEM. The application is available for both Android and Apple smartphones. With the use of EPIDEM, lay people can monitor their infection risk for COVID-19 and isolate themselves or get themselves tested when infection risk is high. Users can also monitor the health risk of other people that they come in contact with, so they can decide if meeting them is safe or risky. Further, the application provides a monitoring map that shows the area that is safe from COVID-19 and area where a possible outbreak might occur. The monitoring map will be helpful to both lay people, so they would know the places to avoid and to government officials, so they can quickly respond to outbreak. The teams of developers are recommending the nationwide implementation of EPIDEM to help contain the COVID-19 outbreak in the country. The application is not a new strategy of containment. Instead, it’s a better wheel that utilizes advanced technology to execute the manual containment strategies that are already being implemented in the country.