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Given the size of the populace in India and the sudden outbreak of the coronavirus, we received more than 4,000 hits within 24 hours of rolling out the tool in India,” Bhatia said. “Our AI system is also continuously collating this data to help the Health ministry understand the magnitude of fear amongst people as well as steer potential high risk cases towards early detection and timely medical intervention to prevent it from spreading further,” he added.

There were 64,843 hits on the risk assessment app till Thursday. From India, there were 28,700 hits. The number of risk assessments is growing at 32% daily.

Rao, from the Augusta University, and his team said their app can help direct those deemed at risk to the nearest definitive testing facility.

IT Analyst takes care of multiple tasks and will inform progress at regular intervals.

The soon-to-be-launched app will help provide local and public health officials with real time information on emerging demographics of those most at risk for the infection so they can better target prevention and treatment initiatives, according to a study published in the journal Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology.

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