The Community Can Utilize AMARI Covid-19 Application to Perform an Early Examination of Coronavirus

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Front view of the AMARI COVID-19 application developed by Universitas Padjadjaran. A page-based application to assist the public in carrying out independent checks on the risk of exposure to Coronavirus infection (COVID-19).

[unpad.ac.id, 3/23/2020] Universitas Padjadjaran through the Faculty of Medicine and the COVID-19 Task Force Team launched a page-based application to assist the public in conducting self-assessments related to the risk of exposure to Coronavirus infection (COVID-19).

Chairman of the Unpad COVID-19 Task Force Dr. med. Setiawan, Dr., explained, the application called “AMARI COVID-19 (COVID-19 Introspective Application) was developed following the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic in Indonesia. Not only as an early health monitor, this application is also to educate the public about the correct information about Coronavirus.

“There are two main concepts of this simple application, namely as a tool to recognize one’s own health condition and a medium for personal education, as well as the Post AMARI Response System, which is a follow-up response from the results of an introspective assessment,” said Dr. Setiawan.

Hopefully, this application can help control the panic that occurred in the community about this pandemic outbreak. Every individual can understand the great potential of a viral infection in each body. In addition, this application can be a link that connects individuals/families and the health care system during the Coronavirus outbreak.

This application is expected to be used by all parties, especially in West Java. Therefore, the West Java Development Institute (InJabar) of Unpad also supports and facilitates the development of this application. This was stated by the Director of Unpad InJabar Prof. Dr. Keri Lestari, M.Sc., Apt.

Prof. Keri explained, AMARI COVID-19 is a pilot project conducted by Unpad and Sumedang Regency. This application has been synchronized with the health system in Sumedang Regency, so that the community can be connected directly with the COVID-19 Prevention Team in Sumedang.

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This application is in accordance with the concept of self distancing and prevents the accumulation of people in health facilities to check themselves. This is Unpad’s innovation for the people of West Java in overcoming the Covid-19 pandemic with a pilot project in Sumedang Regency, “said Prof. Keri Lestari.

AMARI COVID-19 is located at https://is.gd/AMARICOVID19. There are several questions that must be answered by visitors. Questions asked relating to conditions experienced by visitors when accessing the application.

From the answers sent, the application will provide further advice and direction whether the user needs a remote examination and education service (telemedicine and tThe Community Can Utilize AMARI COVID-19 Application to Perform an Early Examination of Coronavirus

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Front view of the AMARI COVID-19 application developed by Padjadjaran University. A page-based application to assist the public in carrying out independent checks on the risk of exposure to Coronavirus infection (COVID-19)

[unpad.ac.id, 3/23/2020] Padjadjaran University through the Faculty of Medicine and the COVID-19 Task Force Team launched a page-based application to assist the public in conducting self-assessments related to the risk of exposure to Coronavirus infection (COVID-19).

Chair of the Unpad COVID-19 Task Force Dr. med. Setiawan, Dr., explained, the application called “AMARI COVID-19 (COVID-19 Introspective Application) was developed following the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic in Indonesia. Not only as an early health monitor, this application is also to educate the public about the correct information about Coronavirus.

“There are two main concepts of this simple application, namely as a medium to recognize one’s own health condition and a media for personal education, as well as the Post AMARI Response System, which is a follow-up response from the results of an introspective assessment,” said Dr. Setiawan.

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Hopefully, this application can help control the panic that occurred in the community about this pandemic outbreak. Every individual can understand the great potential of a viral infection in each body. In addition, this application can be a link between individuals / families and the health care system during the Coronavirus outbreak.

This application is expected to be used by all parties, especially in West Java. Therefore, the West Java Development Institute (InJabar) Unpad also supports and facilitates the development of this application. This was stated by the Director of Unpad InJabar Prof. Dr. Keri Lestari, M.Sc., Apt.

Prof. Keri explained, AMARI COVID-19 was a pilot project conducted by Unpad and Sumedang Regency. This application has been synchronized with the health system in Sumedang District, so that the community can be connected directly with the COVID-19 Prevention Team in Sumedang.

This application is in accordance with the concept of self distancing and prevents the buildup of people in health facilities to check themselves. This is Unpad’s innovation for the people of West Java in overcoming the Covid-19 pandemic with a pilot project in Sumedang Regency, “said Prof. Keri Lestari.

AMARI COVID-19 is located at https://is.gd/AMARICOVID19. There are several questions that must be answered by visitors. Questions asked relating to conditions experienced by visitors when accessing the application.

From the answers sent, the application will provide further advice and direction. If the user feels that he needs a remote examination and education service (telemedicine and teleeducation). (dfa)*