The UP Resilience Institute (UPRI) together with UP Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards (NOAH), lunch an online “Dashboard” that tracks the spread of COVID-19 in the Philippines and “YANI” the newest Artificial Intelligence member of the UP COVID-19 Pandemic Response Team.
The https://endcov.ph/ dashboard shows the data for confirmed, recovered, deceased, PUI, PUM and Person tested. It has also demographics information on age, gender, and cases in the National Capital Region (NCR).
In section/menu “Map view” is a heat map where you can see the number of confirmed cases per province. And in the “Cases” section/menu you can see much detailed information about the confirmed cases for example “Confirmed case no. 1 (PH1) you can see the age, sex, nationality, status, transmission type, symptoms and more”.
There is also section/menu on the left side of the dashboard ISKOnsult that support the UP community in monitoring their health but not meant to replace existing protocols by the government. It is an online symptom checker based on DOH’s triage algorithm for COVID-19.
Yani the Endcovbot
Chat with Yani, the newest AI member of the UP COVID-19 Pandemic Response Team! Yani, short for baYANIhan and named in honor of our heroes in the fight against COVID-19, is ready to help you find the information you need.
YANI can help you to look for information about the government’s policies, education, transportation, and economic support. This bot can also link you to psychologists and psychosocial support specialists to help you deal with your mental and emotional needs. On top of this, it can also help you find the nearest hospitals around you.
You can converse with YANI in English or Filipino.
YANI is available through its Facebook page ( https://www.facebook.com/YaniEndCovBot ) and in the Dashboard.