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Radar COVID: this is the “hound” in the form of an app to track the coronavirus

The Government has been working for a long time on Radar COVID, the app to track coronavirus cases and try to stop the outbreaks in our country, which yesterday were in fact starring in a new rebound 贝宁电话号码列表.

At the beginning of August, the pilot phase of the application concluded “with a high degree of satisfaction”, as revealed by Carme Artigas, Secretary of State for Digitalization and Artificial Intelligence.

Previously, between the months of June and July, Radar COVID had been tested on the Canary island of La Gomera, yielding very positive results.

After the beta phase, the application has already landed in the respective iOS and Android application stores and is, therefore, available to all those users who wish to download it.

Even so, the truth is that Radar COVID has not yet officially launched in any Spanish region, although initially the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands were going to use it as of this Monday.

Today the application works and registers contacts, but to be fully operational it is necessary to integrate the health systems of the different autonomous communities. Only in this way will it be possible to notify those infected and send alerts by the application.

The integration of the health systems of the Autonomous Communities, vital for Radar COVID to roll out officially

Now “we have to work with the autonomous communities to integrate this application with their systems”, emphasizes Artigas.

Radar COVID will take its first steps at two different speeds. “A first step will be to allow the app to be launched in those regions that due to their emergency situation would need to incorporate it as soon as possible. This answer would arrive in the middle of August », says Artigas. By boat, it soon seemed that the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands were going to be the first communities to use the app, but for now Artigas does not refer to any particular territory for this launch in mid-August.

The second step would take place from September 15, when “the deployment at the national level in all communities” would take place. To activate this second phase, those responsible for Radar COVID must reach an agreement with each and every one of the autonomous communities to send an “infected code” to people positive for coronavirus and that code can be entered in the app .

Radar COVID has even more loose fringes. It has not been determined for the moment to which phone those people who are notified through the app that they have been in contact with a positive will be able to call.

However, and despite the fact that there are still many details to be polished, Artigas emphasizes that “the application is ready to be made available to the autonomous communities, that we are convinced that they will adopt it en masse and allow better control of the epidemic 社交帖子.

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