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.
• Minor bug fixes and improvements
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Appreciate the Anonymity!
I’m glad there is an app that does exposure notification that is anonymous! I work at UArizona and am happy that this app is available to us. Intuitive to use and easy to navigate.
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.
Help your community
This app can help slow coronavirus in our communities. I hope many people download! It’s so easy to set up and there are no privacy concerns - it’s safe and secure.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.