Acoer Tracker Aids With Real-Time News Of Coronavirus

Acoer Tracker Aids With Real-Time News Of Coronavirus

Blockchain
February 17, 2020 Editor's Desk
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To assist in the provision of real-time news concerning the scourge, an app named Acoer, a Blockchain-powered tracker, has been developed in Atlanta. Utilizing the HashLog data engine for visualization, the app consolidates real-time coronavirus news.  The app is filled with data from groups like the World Health Organization and the Center for Disease Control.
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To assist in the provision of real-time news concerning the scourge, an app named Acoer, a Blockchain-powered tracker, has been developed in Atlanta. Utilizing the HashLog data engine for visualization, the app consolidates real-time coronavirus news. 

The app is filled with data from groups like the World Health Organization and the Center for Disease Control. Powered by Blockchain, the app enables multiple users to access confirmed data on deaths and new infections with the ability to filter trends over time. 

Nasr, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Acoer, put across that there has been a constant release of data about the disease. Still, users are not able to understand the data. Consequently, the apps feature of HashLog assisted users through visualization and automation and of data. 

Public health industry to benefit from Blockchain-powered tracker

The CEO also continued that with his background in public health, change is quite crucial in maintaining global health initiatives. Nations of the world are concerned about the epidemic as cases have been reported in several countries so far.

An instance is a Japanese cruise ship-Diamond Princess that is verified to house 355 coronavirus victims. With at least 1,669 deaths reported and 69,000 infections, Coronavirus continues an active warning to the world. 

America is doubtful of the information that the Chinese government is contributing and thinks that the hazard is underreported. Social media is loaded with Chinese police holding citizens holed up in their apartments, and one video is seen presenting a woman being thrown into a metal box in Hazmat. 

The Chinese government has declined to cooperate with the Centers for Disease Control and prevention. Countries that have reported the virus by now are Hongkong, Thailand, Singapore, Japan, and China.

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