Coronavirus: All you wanted to know about the Saudi tracking app Tawakkalna
The Tawakkalna application launched on May 4 by Saudi Arabia aims to manage the movement permit system of government entities as well as private sector enterprises during the curfew.
The application was developed through the close cooperation between the Ministry of Health and the Saudi Data and Artificial Intelligence Authority (SDAIA).
Learn about the current and future types of permits that will be available soon on #Tawakkalna. You must always keep in mind that pinpointing your exact location of residence is the only way for you to benefit from the app’s services and permits. pic.twitter.com/rWtQIFgKMr— تطبيق توكلنا (@TawakkalnaApp) May 20, 2020
The Tawakkalna app can be used to issue e-permits for a selected group of government and private sector employees who were exempted from the curfew, and individuals who have medical appointments as well as couriers.
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Tawakkalna has features for the service of citizens and residents, for ensuring their safety and comfort that would contribute to facilitating the access of authorized persons to travel permits.
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The official page about Tawakkalna on Twitter, says: “You must always keep in mind that pinpointing your exact location of residence is the only way for you to benefit from the app’s range of services and permits.”
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The app will also provide the latest alerts and medical news issued by the Ministry of Health about the virus as well as about its spread, ways to prevent it and movement permits.
Tawakkalna can be used for self-disclosure for people who show signs of coronavirus infection and for requesting ambulance service and other important services for the community.
Through the app users can apply for a one-hour permit for a walk in the neighborhood on a daily basis, thereby encouraging walking during this period of lockdown.
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