Apple has teamed up with the White House, the CDC, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to launch a website and app that will help in self-screening for COVID-19. The app offers an online screening tool, information about the disease caused by coronavirus and guidance from the Centre for Disease Control on testing for coronavirus and emergency care.

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The website and app offer a step-by-step questionnaire relating to current health, recent travel, and possible contact with coronavirus patients. It also offers advice on what to do next. Currently, the app is only available in the US while the website is available to all across all platforms and browsers.

Source: https://www.zdnet.com/article/apple-launches-covid-19-screening-website-and-app/

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