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Coronavirus app could track your location during quarantine


ORLANDO, Fla. – The Florida Department of Health in Orange County is exploring the use of a smartphone app that would help monitor those who test positive for the coronavirus."The results were amazing," said Dr.

Raul Pino, the health officer for FDOH in Orange County.He told News 6 agencies around the county who have used the app are getting results.He said people who test positive for the virus can download the app, get a log in and communicate directly with health officials.He said the app allows the patients to share symptoms, concerns and vital statistics, and health officials can also respond."We can say, 'hey, I detected that you have a increase in your temperature.

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