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As the terror of Coronavirus (COVID-19) grows by spreading its roots all over the world, the nations have united and are doing all that they can to stay protected from this deadly virus. 2 of the biggest giants collaborated and announced proudly the launch of a WhatsApp chatbot called as World Health Organisation's Health Alert that can communicate automatically with people providing the most accurate information and guidance from World Health Organisation regarding the current outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19). World health organisation tweeted on Saturday 21st March 2020 announcing the proud partnership.
Below is the tweet:
When you click on the WHO health alert link it will redirect you to the page like below asking for your WhatsApp mobile no share your no.
The link will further redirect you to the chatbot you simply need to send 'Hi' and the bot will share a message asking you 'What would you like to know about coronavirus (COVID-19)? you can respond with a number as shared in the screenshot below.
As the information is been shared directly by WHO there is no confusion about the information being 100% authentic and further avoiding the spread of any false information.
You can also visit the WhatsApp Coronavirus Information Hub at whatsapp.com/coronavirus, and click on the WHO health alert link on the homepage to open up a chat with the WHO Health Alert if you have WhatsApp installed on your phone
WhatsApp is also encouraging
people to use their WhatsApp Business platform to stay connected and share the guidance with the communities that depend on WhatsApp to communicate; while a majority of the companies have allowed their employees the work from home facility due to the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19). WhatsApp has partnered with World Health organisation, UNICEF and UNDP to launch this WhatsApp Coronavirus Information Hub.
You can watch my video for any help on how to turn on the World health organization chatbot on your WhatsApp directly.
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