To avoid the infection of the COVID-19 pandemic, the government has launched the Aarogya Setu app, with the help of which you can identify the person infected with this virus and keep distance from them. However, after smartphone users, the government is now making sure that other landline and feature phone users can also use this app fully. Recently, the government issued a toll-free number for landline and feature phone users, on which the facility of self-testing of corona virus infection has been provided to the users. Now the government is going to take the next step in this direction, this step is to rollout the Arogya Setu app for Reliance Jio phones. Government officials say that this step will further increase the reach of this app.

India is one of the countries that has declared the biggest nationwide lockdown to fight the coronavirus pandemic. Along with the lockdown for the safety of its citizens, the government launched the Aarogya Setu App last month. launch Kia, which is a Bluetooth and GPS based app. It helps people to keep distance from corona virus infected positive people by tracking them.

Let us tell you, this app launched by the government was released for 500 million smartphone users in India, but only 90 million smartphone users have so far installed it in their phones. download has done. Apart from this, there are 400 million people in India who use feature phones, which do not come under the purview of this app.

10 crore to Arogya Setu App in the coming days jio phone Rollout will be done for the users. The Jio Phone is priced at Rs 1,200, which is an internet-enabled feature phone. This phone works on the operating system named KaiOS.

This feature phone was launched by Reliance Industries in the year 2017, in which 4G support is available. Users can also use apps like Facebook and WhatsApp in this phone.

The use of tracing apps such as the Aarogya Setu app speeds up the process of identifying, testing and isolating people exposed to the virus.

Apart from this, as we mentioned earlier, the government has also issued a toll free number. Actually, the government has released a toll-free service under the Aarogya Setu Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS). In this service, citizens have to make a missed call on a toll-free number, that number is ‘1921’. After making a missed call on this number, you will get a call back, in this call your health related inputs will be taken. If these same questions are asked in the Arogya Setu app, based on the answers to these questions, you will be alerted whether you are at risk of corona virus or not.

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