Since the outbreak of the epidemic in early 2020, with the strengths of a technology enterprise, Viettel has supported the Government with many important solutions which effectively support the prevention and control of the Covid-19 epidemic.
Specifically, Viettel has built a Telehealth system at 1,300 medical facilities nationwide, deployed 700 connection points at hospitals treating Covid-19 cases; developed the “Vietnam Health” Portal and app, Tokhaiyte (Medical Declaration), Covidmap, Electronic Health Book, Covid-19 Vaccination Passport nationwide.
Particularly, in just 2 weeks, Viettel has installed and integrated nearly 4,000 surveillance cameras in isolated areas in the northern provinces. Viettel’s Cyber Bot has made more than 200,000 calls to subscribers who have not installed Bluezone to mobilize and provide instructions to the people on how to use this app to protect themselves and the community from the Covid-19 epidemic.
Mr. Le Dang Dung, Acting Chairman and General Director of Viettel said: “As a key enterprise of the country, Viettel is committed to both contributing technology solutions and taking the leading position in making financial contributions and decisively joining hands with the Government to fight the epidemic”.
VIETTEL’S CONTRIBUTIONS BY TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS TO PREVENT AND FIGHT THE COVID-19 EPIDEMIC
Development of platforms and systems:
Tokhaiyte: The cumulative number of declarations from February 2020 up to now reached 25,197,428.
“Vietnam Health” Portal and app: Provide official information, immediately update the epidemic progress + self-assessment tool, report suspected cases to send to health authorities for reviewing, provides warnings and self-protection advice. Results are as below:
Website: reached 43 million visits.
App: reached about 1.6 million downloads.
Software system for remote medical examination and treatment - TELEHEALTH
Accumulatively successful connection to 1,300 facilities.
Electronic health book: officially implemented from March 2021
Total number provinces of deployment: 33 (Ho Chi Minh, Hanoi, Hai Duong, Gia Lai, Hai Phong, Bac Ninh, Khanh Hoa, Thai Nguyen, Quang Ninh, Tay Ninh, Long An, Thua Thien Hue, Ninh Thuan, Kon Tum, Da Nang, Dien Bien, Cao Bang, Thanh Hoa, Thai Binh, Vinh Long, Binh Dinh, Phu Tho, Tuyen Quang, Dong Nai, Son La, Lao Cai, Ca Mau, Quang Nam, Nghe An, Bac Lieu, Ha Nam, Quang Ngai, Ninh Binh)
Covid-19 Vaccination Passport: is deployed from April 1st, 2021 nationwide for domestic management for people to track their own or family members’ vaccination history through injections; certificates of injection and QR-Code confirmations are given after injections. At the same time, health workers can update vaccination results for people being eligible for vaccination on the software system. The management agencies master information and data to serve the implementation of the COVID-19 vaccination program and it also provides a tool to monitor information about people who have been injected with the COVID-19 vaccine.
Covidmaps: help people easily look up, track information, and be more proactive in preventing and fighting the Covid-19 epidemic. The feature was first deployed in Hai Phong officially from February 27th, 2021, and then promoted to deploy in other provinces such as Quang Ninh, etc.
Installation of surveillance cameras to prevent and fight the Covid-19 epidemic:
In 2 weeks, Viettel completed the installation and integrated connection of 3,757 surveillance cameras in isolated areas in the Northern provinces. Particularly for 130 isolation facilities in 125 communes of Bac Giang province - the locality with the most stressful epidemic situation in the country, Viettel has mobilized maximum resources to install 1,330 cameras within 5 days, twice as fast as normal progress
For isolation points in the army: Viettel has completed a survey of 79 isolation points and 12 centralized monitoring points in 49 provinces/cities. By Viettel’s camera installation, epidemic prevention and control agencies can monitor all activities in isolated areas from the 24-hour management system, which helps to minimize the epidemic developments that could worsen the situation in the condition that human and material resources for monitoring of the provinces have been mobilized to the maximum capacity.