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The DLF Malls Lukout app collects live data from multiple sensors in the malls to show the real-time footfalls in a mall. This information can be handy in case you are planning a visit but want to avoid crowds. The app uses advanced algorithms to calculate traffic for safety updates.
Visitors must have Arogya Setu app downloaded on their phones
The government of India has announced a new Open API Service for Aarogya Setu app to allow businesses and organisations to have more control over health status of their employees during this ongoing situation.
The service can enable companies to integrate the app into their own systems and check for real-time Covid-19 infection status of their employees and pandemic in general.
The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology says only names and health status of consenting users will be shared with employers.
As per the latest data, the Aarogya Setu app has been downloaded by 15 crore people in the country.
The new feature called 'Open API Service' will help people, businesses and the economy to return to normalcy, and aims to address the fear/risk of COVID-19 infection.
Aarogya Setu has rolled out a new feature that will enable organisations to get the health status of their employees or any other
Along with prohibiting any type of procession, police have said the number of devotees attending puja should not exceed five and the Aarogya Setu app should be compulsory for mandal office-bearers.
The High Court of Karnataka on Monday asked the State government and other authorities to clarify whether downloading and use of Aarogya Setu app was
The PMC stated that every person entering malls and hotels will undergo thermal screening, and those with Covid-19 symptoms should not be allowed to enter. Every person should have Aarogya Setu app on their mobile phones.
Single occupancy rooms, checking body temperature,regular sanitization, use of personal vehicles were among the other recommendations sent to players and state associations