Improving Coronavirus Disease Tracking in Malaysian Health System
This paper proposes Covid-19 Tracing System (CTS) acts as a portal for the health center to update and track their patients' contacts and collect data for further analysis. All of the content is handpicked, filtered, and selected to the best of our ability by assigned individuals (mostly medical staff) to ensure that sources are credible and free of hoaxes for the public's benefit. This application likewise means to assemble information for the top to the bottom investigation (for example, time arrangement to screen the development, in-house patients) and synchronization with a contact following application, for instance, MySejahtera that was created and set up by the Malaysian government and utilized from one side of the country to the other. For simplicity of clients' understanding using Graphic visualizations and dashboards are incorporated.
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