Stanford Medicine creates COVID-19 guide app for first responders

By Laura French – EMS1

STANFORD, Calif. — Stanford Medicine, which is offering high-priority COVID-19 testing for firefighters, EMS providers and police officers, has created an app that allows first responders to screen their symptoms and determine if they should be tested.

The First Responder COVID-19 Guide app, available for free on the Apple app store, provides up-to-date information about the pandemic from experts at the university, according to a Stanford Medicine news release.

The screening portion of the app allows first responders to complete a questionnaire about their symptoms, medical history and exposure to the virus. The app will then tell the user if testing is recommended based on their responses.

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