Good news for 50 million users of Jio, now Aarogya Setu app will run on JioPhone too

A version of Arogya Setu has also been launched for jiophone customers.

The government’s Bluetooth contact tracking app Arogya Setu will now also be able to use 50 lakh Reliance JioPhone (JioPhone) users …

The government’s Arogya Setu app for JioPhone has been launched by the Ministry of Technology (Meity). That is, now 50 million JioPhone users will also be able to use this government’s Bluetooth contact tracking app. In a report released by Reuters last week, it was told that the Government of India is planning to bring COVID-19 tracking app Arogya Setu, especially for Jio phones.

The purpose of presenting the version of Arogya Setu for Reliance JioPhone is to make the app available to more people and prevent the infection of Corona. For information, let us know that Arogya Setu has been downloaded 100 million times on Android and iOS smartphones. The Arogya Setu App, launched on 2 April, became the choice of 50 million (5 lakh) users within just 13 days of launch, making it one of the most downloaded apps in the world in such a short time.

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What is Aarogya Setu App?Arogya Setu is a tracking app. This app has the facility to detect cases related to corona virus infection via GPS system and Bluetooth. The app uses the Bluetooth, location and mobile number of the user’s phone to track whether it has come in contact with any COVID-19 positive person. In this app, options like Help Center and Self Assessment Test of Corona are available.

The app includes a chatbot that answers your basic questions on the corono virus and determines if you have symptoms of corona infection. It also gives the helpline number of each state in India.

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Service for landline
Apart from this, the Government of India has recently launched IVRS service for feature phones and landlines. The Union Health Ministry gave information about this and said that ‘Arogya Setu Interactive Voice Response System’ has been started by expanding the scope of ‘Arogya Setu’ mobile app for feature mobile phones and landline phone users in the country. The ministry told that Arogya Setu Interactive Voice Response System ‘(IVRS) is a free service that is available in the entire country.

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