By The Nation
Deputy Health Minister Satit Pitutecha showed off the app to reporters on Thursday (March 26).
He said anyone can get the app. It will record their travels and, if they become infected, it will help officials alert district officials to take care of them, people in close contact and people in the area suspected of having contagion.
Satit said there’s also the “Covid19 DDC Moph” app and the website http://covid19.ddc.moph.go.th.
Also running in English, they report confirmed cases categorised by province with brief details on each case.
He also recommended the Sabaideebot chatbot on Line, where people talk about the virus in Thai and can register their health records. Should they become infected, that information is passed on to their district health office.
Sabaideebot too has updated information on the daily Covid-19 situation.