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Description

Let your smartphone notify you to potential exposure to COVID-19–using fully anonymous Bluetooth signals–and help stop the spread of coronavirus in Arizona.

Get peace of mind by taking this small step and start rebuilding trust in your community – install this free app, released in partnership with the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS).

Once you opt-in and enable exposure notification on your phone, Covid Watch works in the background, automatically detecting if you come into close proximity with someone else, without tracking you by GPS or ever revealing any personal data.

The more people participate, the more effective we can be. Encourage your friends, family, and colleagues to install Covid Watch today. Members of the following campus communities can access a customized version of the app:

• University of Arizona
• Northern Arizona University

Provided by Covid Watch, an Arizona non-profit organization dedicated to your health and privacy.

What’s New

Version 1.0.7

minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
59 Ratings

59 Ratings

uofa123 ,

great app

very convenient app for knowing the exposures you have been around but i wish they would not have gotten rid of the exposure details. They should re-add the window where you can see the exposure lengthens as well as the risk level .

Developer Response ,

Hello,

Thank you for your feedback, we have temporarily disabled the exposure data details and are working towards a new design with a clearer understanding of exposure notifications which will be released soon.

If you experience any future issues, please contact our Support Team by submitting a ticket. https://help.wehealth.org/hc/en-us/requests/new

stellarays ,

Needs Improvement

I love the concept of this app, but I don’t think it was ready for release. To begin with, it is very unclear what the risk level ranking is out of (10?), as well as what that actually means. Each time I have been exposed it’s been ranked as a “6” with no further information. That seems like a high risk level, and yet no suggestions for next steps were made available as promised. Is 6 actually quite low? Friends who have had the same exposure times have much lower risk levels. Why is mine so high?
Additionally, the notifications are very confusing. I got a notification on Sunday (8/31) that I had had no exposures during the week. Then on Monday night (9/1) I got an alert that I had been exposed... on 8/27 and 8/28. Today I got another notification for an exposure on 8/28. I am wary of these alerts because they all look exactly the same (risk level and time exposed). Are they accurate? Is it a bug? The time exposed seems inaccurate as well. For all three of my “exposures” the times are listed as: “0min, 0min, 3min, 0min” in that exact order. My friends have the same for different supposed exposures on different dates. This app needs more information and more clarity.

Developer Response ,

Hello,

Thank you for your feedback, we have temporarily disabled the exposure data details and are working towards a new design with a clearer understanding of exposure notifications which will be released soon.

If you experience any future issues, please contact our Support Team by submitting a ticket. https://help.wehealth.org/hc/en-us/requests/new

bgallup ,

Please bring back the exposure details - Update: I’m not sure it really works.

Update: My roommate has tested positive for COVID-19 since my original review. We both have the app downloaded, and being able to look at the possible exposure details was what prompted her to get tested. She reported to the app that she tested positive 3 days ago, but I have yet to receive a possible, much less significant exposure notification. 3 days before her positive result, her and I were sitting probably 4 feet apart watching a movie and both had our phones with us. Just with that much, I should have received a significant exposure notification. I really am questioning if this app works. I’ll leave it on my phone as it doesn’t take up much space, but I won’t be relying it on it’s accuracy.

Original Review: With this most recent update, they have removed the exposure details for possible exposures, and it’s very frustrating. Please bring this back.

Developer Response ,

Hello,

Thank you for your feedback, we have temporarily disabled the exposure data details and are working towards a new design with a clearer understanding of exposure notifications which will be released soon.

If you experience any future issues, please contact our Support Team by submitting a ticket. https://help.wehealth.org/hc/en-us/requests/new

Information

Seller
Arizona Department of Health Services
Size
12.3 MB
Category
Medical
Compatibility

Requires iOS 13.6 or later. Compatible with iPhone.

Languages

English

Age Rating
4+
Copyright
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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