The users of the Diia (Action) mobile application will be able to receive push notifications to inform them of a situation with the coronavirus pandemic.
The first messages are about quarantine rules. Subsequently, users will receive as push notifications the news about the Government decisions, practical advice on how to protect themselves from infection, and more. The initiative was launched to inform Ukrainians that will eventually help slow down and stop the spread of the virus in Ukraine.
"Systematic messaging will allow Diia users to keep abreast of the latest developments in quarantine regime. In this way, the state will promote a responsible attitude to health - one's own and others. The push messages in the Diia app are intended to promptly provide relevant, up-to-date and reliable information from the state to the Ukrainian citizens,” said Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov.
As a reminder, Diia (Action) is a mobile application designed to provide Ukrainians access to digital documents. The number of users of Diia is more than 2 million Ukrainian citizens. They now have access to a driver's license and vehicle registration certificate on their smartphone, as well as a digital student ID and the ability to test a biometric passport and ID card.