Argentina health app enables direct government-citizen information exchange


The free app Testeate, developed by the company Adrómeda in collaboration with the Association of Information and Communication Technologies of Mar del Plata (ATICMA) and the Chamber of Software and Computer Services Companies of Argentina (CESSI) and launched in the Municipality of General Pueyrredón on March 26, is intended to enable direct information exchange between Argentina's National Ministry of Health and the population by offering constantly updated information in any city and neighbourhood, as well as helping individuals track their quarantine and that of others nearby. Users can access the app via an email address or an Facebook login. The company claims the model can be replicated anywhere in the world. 


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