The coronavirus pandemic has altered so many things and this has forced governments all over the world to try to provide solutions for their citizens. Ghana, for example, has been testing Ghanaians consistently to try to curb the spread of the deadly virus.
According to Techweez, to further help Ghana residents, Ghana’s Minister of Communications, Ursula Owusu recently announced that a Ghcovid19 symptom tracker application has been launched and it can now be gotten from the App Store. The app would help Ghana residents to check symptoms and will also provide answers to relevant questions about the disease.

Ghana COVID-19 app Yam Phones
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Her words on Twitter, “Ghcovid19 symptom tracker app now available on AppStore for easy download. Naysayers said it would never happen but it has. A simple way to check your symptoms for your peace of mind. Dial *769# for yam phones. Tech in action to fight corona.”
This is coming after Kenya’s Ministry of Health, in partnership with Facebook, unveiled a WhatsApp bot that shares COVID-19 facts to Kenyans.
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