ISLAMABAD: The government of Pakistan has come up with a Chatbot to address concerns on coronavirus in Pakistan.
Tania Aidrus, Head of the Prime Minister’s ‘Digital Pakistan’ initiative, announced on Monday the government has launched a chatbot to raise awareness and common concerns on coronavirus.
‘Tania Airdus’ tweeted ” Our team wanted to build an effective way to get information out to Pakistanis. We’ve launched a chatbot to address common concerns on #Coronavirus. You can find labs near you and even do a quick test to assess your risk of #Coronavirus. Please try it out! “
We’re using data analytics techniques and cutting edge technology to get ahead of the #Coronavirus. We’re trying to modernize and streamline data collection from the frontlines. We have some of the best @CodeforPakistan engineers available in Pakistan volunteering their support “
“Been here for the last 3 days, helping figure out how #DigitalPakistan can help address #coronavirus. We have created a war room where technology volunteers can collaborate with @zfrmrza and team”
Tania Aidrus has become active to tackle the coronavirus issue. She has also asked Telemedicine companies or startups willing who are willing to help deal with the #coronavirus situation to DM her.
The number of coronavirus cases have started to rise in Pakistan now. The cases have crossed over a hundred now.
Globally deaths recorded have reached 6,724. The number of people affected globally is 175,277 now.
Ministry of National Health Services, Regulations & Coordination Islamabad
To get guidance and get your concerns attended at the Ministry of National Health Services, Regulations & Coordination Islamabad’s Chatbot. To reach them click below on Chatbot.