Bihar govt launches ‘HIT Covid App’ to ensure regular monitoring, tracking of home isolated patients

Bihar government launched ‘HIT Covid App’ to ensure regular monitoring and tracking of those Civid-19 patients, who are in home isolation across the state. HIT stands for home isolation tracking. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said the app will help the health workers in regular monitoring of home – isolated patients.

Health workers will visit the patients at home every day and feed data in the app after measuring their temperature and oxygen level. These data will be monitored at the district level. If the oxygen level is below 94, the patient will be shifted to the nearby dedicated Covid health centres for proper treatment.


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