Airtel launches Coronavirus risk assessment tool, here’s how to use it

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Airtel launches Coronavirus risk assessment tool, here’s how to use it
  • Airtel has launched a Coronavirus risk assessment tool to help users stay safe during the Coronavirus pandemic.
  • The Airtel Coronavirus risk assessment tool allows users to ascertain their level of risk.
  • The app will also show the risk of Coronavirus in various parts of the state and country.
Airtel has partnered with the Apollo Hospitals Group to help its users stay safe during the Coronavirus pandemic. The telco has launched a Coronavirus risk assessment tool in collaboration with digital healthcare platform Apollo 24/7.

The Coronavirus risk assessment tool is available on the Airtel Thanks app. The assessment tool is similar to the one on the Aarogya Setu app. Aarogya Setu is an app by the Government of India that uses location information to alert users if they have come in contact with a Coronavirus patient.

How to use Airtel Coronavirus risk assessment tool
Airtel launches Coronavirus risk assessment tool, here’s how to use it

  • Download the Airtel Thanks app on your Android or iOS device.
  • Open the app, click on ‘Continue’ and provide it with the required permissions.
  • Now, enter your number and click on ‘Request OTP’.
  • Once you have signed in using OTP, click on ‘Done’.
Airtel launches Coronavirus risk assessment tool, here’s how to use it

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  • Now, scroll down and look for the Coronavirus risk assessment tool below the ‘Buy’ section.
  • Click on ‘Test Now’.
  • Now, click on ‘Start Now’.
  • Start by entering your age.
Airtel launches Coronavirus risk assessment tool, here’s how to use it

  • The assessment tool will now ask you more questions, including your gender, temperature and whether you are experiencing any symptoms.
  • It will also ask your travel history and exposure details and your pre-existing conditions.
Airtel launches Coronavirus risk assessment tool, here’s how to use it

  • Once you have finished the test, you will be able to see your level of risk.
  • Additionally, the app also allows users to view the risk level in different areas in the state and the country.
  • However, due to insufficient data, the app does not show risk levels across the country and state yet.
Airtel partners with Apollo Pharmacy to offer offline recharges

To help users who depend on offline recharges, Airtel has partnered with Apollo Pharmacy. The company’s subscribers can visit any Apollo Pharmacy in the country to get their number recharged.

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