Arogya Setu is a COVID-19 tracker app.
Union Minister of State for Communications Sanjay Dhotre reviewed the status of IT services in the country and said that 7.5 crore people have downloaded in the country …
He told the Arogya Setu app as one of the most important weapons in the fight with Kovid-19, that so far 7.5 crore people in the country have downloaded it on their mobile phones. He asked the officials to take all possible measures to make this app popular.
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Union Minister of State for Communications @SanjayDhotreMP Reviewed the status of IT services in the country and told that 7.5 crore people have downloaded in the country #AarogyaSetuApp pic.twitter.com/qBAKuv4xOI
– PIB Hindi (@PIBHindi) April 25, 2020
PIB has given this information by tweeting it. It wrote in the tweet, ‘Union Minister of State for Communications Sanjay Dhotre reviewed the status of IT services in the country and told that 7.5 crore people in the country have downloaded Aarogya Setu App’.
For the information, after the announcement of Lockdown Part 2 of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the number of downloads of ‘Arogya Setu App’ in the country has seen a boom, and this app has 4 crore people Had downloaded. Then within the week, Communications, Electronics and Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has tweeted that this app has been downloaded 60 million times in India.
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Prasad wrote in his tweet, “ The 60 million users of the Arogya Setu App show that every Indian PM is fighting Kovid-19 under the leadership and guidelines of PM Narendra Modi. India is showing the way to the world by fighting against this epidemic. ‘
All information related to Karona virus is available in the Arogya Setu app. In this app, users can also get information about the help available in the vicinity. This app has the facility to detect cases related to corona virus infection via GPS system and Bluetooth.