Report the COVID19-related in Your Surrounding using Qlue Apps

by Qlue
Indonesia Bergerak

To cope with the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia that currently has 1,285 positive cases, the government had established a fast-response team, led by the National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) Chairman Doni Monardo. Under the coordination of the BNPB, the Health Ministry, the Indonesian Military (TNI) and the National Police, the team was tasked with spearheading the measures to trace the movement of COVID-19 patients and those who had made contact with them.

As part of Qlue’s mission to accelerate positive changes, Qlue together with BNPB and BUMN Ministry launched Indonesia Bergerak, a website that shows real-time citizen report about COVID19-related issues in their area taken from QlueApps and summary dashboard of the recent COVID-19 updates to ease Indonesian to monitor the spread of COVID-19 in Indonesia as well as helping to reduce the COVID-19 transmission and other issues related to COVID-19.

Feature of reporting COVID-19-related issues in QlueApp can be accessed throughout Indonesia that then will be followed up by BNPB and related government institutions.

Founder & CEO Qlue, Rama Raditya, explained that to support Indonesia Bergerak, Qlue have added four new categories, which are:

  1. COVID-19 suspects
  2. Crowd that potentially transmit COVID-19
  3. Fully-occupied hospitals
  4. Medical equipment scarcity

Below are the three easy steps to report Coronavirus-related issues through QlueApp:

                

Besides for reporting the Coronavirus-related issues, QlueApp is an impactful citizen reporting platform for various social and environmental problems like waste, broken public facilities, and illegal parking, in a city. Through QlueApp, city governments can get faster and more accurate information about the city, so they can formulate better policies for better city development. QlueApp has real-time reporting, geo-spatial mapping, chat, and gamification features. QlueApp has been used in more than 23 cities in Indonesia, such as Jakarta, Bandung, Makassar, Kupang, Manado, Tomohon, Cilegon and Sibolga.

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