India, the US and some other countries are set to launch a new cellphone mapping and cellular app to combat polio.
The launch of the app, called ‘Cordray’, is being coordinated by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, which is working on a nationwide mobile network for the prevention of polio.
The app will help parents find their children’s polio vaccination record, as well as give the public a clearer picture of the spread of the virus.
The app is designed to help parents and caregivers understand the latest information about polio.
This could help parents identify their children with the virus or get vaccinated.
“This is an ambitious project that needs to be done at the state and local level and has the potential to save lives,” Dr Shri Pramod Khosla, who is the secretary in the Ministry, told AFP news agency.
“We need to make it as simple as possible for people to get their information.
The more people we reach, the easier it will be for us to stop polio,” Dr Khoslas said.
India is in the middle of a nationwide polio campaign which began in March and is expected to last until June.
In the past two months, India has seen a number of cases and deaths from the disease, including at least one child who died.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), polio is endemic in some parts of the country and is endemic throughout most of the world.
The new app is part of efforts to create an improved public health system in India, and it will help reduce the spread and spread of polio in the country.
The ministry has set up a helpline at 020-813-2922 to help people who have questions about polio, and also provide information on vaccination.
The website for the app says the app is the brainchild of a team of doctors, scientists and public health experts.
It is expected that the app will be launched by the end of this month.