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Seaside schoolchild invented quarantine program
In Primorsky Krai, a student of the 10th grade of the FEFU Humanitarian and Economic College invented a program that will help doctors remotely monitor the health status of citizens in quarantine. It is already used in clinic number 9 in Vladivostok.
According to the press service of the regional government, schoolchildren Ivan Kobets is the son of a doctor, so he knows well what kind of work doctors should monitor people on self-isolation. 170 quarantined people have already connected to his program. They got access to personal accounts, in which every day they fill out a form indicating the body temperature and the presence of symptoms of SARS.
Connecting to the program allowed doctors not to waste time on daily calls to patients to collect data, which significantly reduced the load. Phones are now only used if citizens do not have access to the Internet.