With India still seeing around three lakh daily new COVID-19 cases, precautions, pre-screening, and safeguards have become the need of the hour.
To enable workplaces, healthcare providers, and governments to prevent transmission by regular screening and identifying people at higher risk of contracting the virus, Bengaluru-based diagnostics services provider Healthcube launched a COVID-19 risk management solution — CovidSafe.
It helps users in identifying early COVID-19 symptoms and enables them to connect with doctors for consultation. CovidSafe also allows people to regularly take common tests such as D-dimer, CRP, antibody tests, blood pressure, and pulse oximetry, among others.
Dr Ramanan Laxminarayan, Founder of Healthcube, tells YourStory,
“It can assess the severity of infection to identify individuals who may need early hospitalisation, and prioritises them for an RT-PCR test.”
CovidSafe has been already deployed by companies such as Tech Mahindra, Tagros Chemicals, Club Mahindra, NICSI, and Jubilant FoodWorks.
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