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As coronavirus fears grow, the World Health Organisation has created a Health Alert on WhatsApp. Here's how to use on a smartphone. As coronavirus fears grow, the World Health Organisation has created a Health Alert on WhatsApp. Here's how to use on a smartphone.

WHO launches health alert on WhatsApp: Here’s how to connect | Technology News,The Indian Express

The World Health Organization's COVID-19 briefing provided updates on a new service in partnership with social media companies and also how it is tackling equipment shortages.The World Health Organization's COVID-19 briefing provided updates on a new service in partnership with social media companies and also how it is tackling equipment shortages.

WHO launches health alert service via Facebook and WhatsApp | World Economic Forum

Although older people are hardest hit, younger people are not spared.

Recovery of coronavirus epicenter, China's Wuhan gives hope to rest of world: WHOThe World Health Organization said Friday that the Chinese epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak at last reporting no new cases gave hope to the rest of the world battling the...

Recovery of coronavirus epicenter, China's Wuhan gives hope to rest of world: WHO | Daily Sabah

“To receive updates on #COVID19 from WHO add this number— +41 79 893 18 92 to your contacts and send a @WhatsApp message. You’ll automatically be registered to receive updates and also have an option to ask for more information as shown below. https://t.co/WXaGd88AGf”

WHO Uganda on Twitter: "To receive updates on #COVID19 from WHO add this number— +41 79 893 18 92 to your contacts and send a @WhatsApp message. You’ll automatically be registered to receive updates and also have an option to ask for more information as shown below.… https://t.co/OFppXPdvoC"

“#Solidarity”

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Twitter: "#Solidarity"

“Do you know who Ignaz Semmelweis was? If not, visit @Google & watch this video: https://t.co/Z3uMQo8GVB If you do, join me in paying tribute to this incredible person who pioneered #HandHygiene -a simple act that has saved millions of lives & is keeping us safe from #COVID19.”

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus on Twitter: "Do you know who Ignaz Semmelweis was? If not, visit @Google & watch this video: https://t.co/Z3uMQo8GVB If you do, join me in paying tribute to this incredible person who pioneered #HandHygiene -a simple act that has saved millions of lives & is keeping us safe from #COVID19."

“Media briefing on #COVID19 with @DrTedros. #coronavirus https://t.co/xGatUyXrD2”

Rema Rajeshwari IPS on Twitter: "Media briefing on #COVID19 with @DrTedros. #coronavirus https://t.co/xGatUyXrD2… "

WHO chief urges world to draw inspiration from Wuhan in COVID-19 fight - CGTN

Though coronavirus has disproportionately affected the elderly and infirm, the chief of the World Health Organization (WHO) Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has issued a stark warning to younger generations: “You are not invincible.”Though coronavirus has disproportionately affected the elderly and infirm, the chief of the World Health Organization (WHO) Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has issued a stark warning to younger generations: “You are not invincible.”

‘You are NOT invincible’: WHO chiefs give desperate warning to world's youth about Covid-19 — RT World News

Text WHO's WhatsApp bot and it will spew information about COVID-19 - comments

WhatsApp has launched a new chatbot in partnership with the World Health Organization to respond to public queries concerning the coronavirus pandemic. It's initially available in English, though.WhatsApp has launched a new chatbot in partnership with the World Health Organization to respond to public queries concerning the coronavirus pandemic. It's initially available in English, though.

WhatsApp and WHO launch chatbot to answer public queries on COVID-19 - Neowin

With information changing quickly, it’s hard to find the latest and most up-to-date COVID-19 information. Today, the World Health Organization announced a new Health Alert system through WhatsApp. The free service is designed to help answer some of the questions the public might have about coronavirus. It’s available 24 hours a day. With information changing quickly, it’s hard to find the latest and most up-to-date COVID-19 information. Today, the World Health Organization announced a new Health Alert system through WhatsApp. The free service is designed to help answer some of the questions the public might have about coronavirus. It’s available 24 hours a day.

Get Up-to-Date Information on COVID-19 From the WHO Using WhatsApp

The World Health Organization's new WhatsApp bot has all the latest coronavirus news and information.Information at your fingertips

Want to learn more about Covid-19? WHO’s new WhatsApp bot will text you facts | TechRadar

Youth does not make you immune from coronavirus, the UN's health body warns as deaths top 11,000.Youth does not make you immune from coronavirus, the UN's health body warns as deaths top 11,000.

Coronavirus: Young people are not ‘invincible’, WHO warns - BBC News

'Wuhan provides hope for the rest of the world that even the most severe situation can be turned around,' says World Health Organization'Wuhan provides hope for the rest of the world that even the most severe situation can be turned around,' says World Health Organization

Wuhan recovery gives rest of world hope – WHO

egypttoday,Politics,Business,Economy,Art,culture,Local news,Special interest,Press Review,News,ResourcesCoronavirus can sicken or kill young people, who must also avoid mingling and spreading it to older and more vulnerable people, the World Health Organisation (WHO) was quoted by the Strait Times as saying on Friday.

WHO strongly warns youth against COVID-19 - Egypt Today

WhatsApp has historically struggled with the spread of misinformation on its encrypted platform.WhatsApp has historically struggled with the spread of misinformation on its encrypted platform.

WHO launches WhatsApp chatbot for coronavirus information - Business Insider

WhatsApp and WHO create a chatbot to share reliable coronavirus info | Engadget

GENEVA (AFP) - The World Health Organisation said on Friday (March 20) that the original epicentre in China of the coronavirus outbreak at last reporting no new cases gave hope to the rest of the world battling the pandemic.. Read more at straitstimes.com.East Asia News -GENEVA (AFP) - The World Health Organisation said on Friday (March 20) that the original epicentre in China of the coronavirus outbreak at last reporting no new cases gave hope to the

Coronavirus: Wuhan recovery gives rest of world hope, says WHO, East Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

The World Health Organization is making use of a WhatsApp bot to disseminate coronavirus information.The World Health Organization is making use of a WhatsApp bot to disseminate coronavirus information.

The WHO is using a WhatsApp bot to keep everyone updated on the coronavirus | Android Central