Startup Founders Develop Quarantine App
Almost 70 startup founders and investors have been working on a Quarantine App, which will help the government track people who have been advised to be under self-quarantine and even those who have been tested positive.
The app will use location tracking to keep a check on the users. This will also allow people who have returned from a trip overseas to declare themselves as quarantined. The idea was pitched by founders of vernacular knowledge-sharing platform Vokal Aprameya Radhakrishna and Mayank Bidawatka. The app will also be sending out notifications and updates related to coronavirus in vernacular languages.