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Relola launches to boost data available to researchers by empowering the public to self report.

San Francisco, March 2, 2020 - In reaction to the Coronavirus emergency, data sharing and mapping provider Relola announced today that it is making its QuantaStat platform available for free...
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Relola enters the coronavirus fight by launching the 1st ever self reporting site

Relola enters the coronavirus fight by launching the 1st ever self reporting site

Copy of Untitled (27)San Francisco/Bay Area, March 1, 2020 - Today, Relola, a data sharing and mapping provider, announced that it is using its QuantaStat technology to provide the public better ways to share Coronavirus status and symptoms to help public health officials identify potential outbreak conditions and take preventative measures. 


The launch of the free to use site is targeted at public safety and potential harm reduction, as reports of new cases of the coronavirus continue to grow across the United States.


On the site, people from around the world are encouraged to share their status, whether they are experiencing symptoms or not.  By reporting symptoms, exposure, and recent travels, officials will be better equipped  pinpoint new contagion areas in advance. As health statuses are anonymously reported, local and federal agencies can review, educate, and react to the data in real time. Citizens worried about potential coronavirus exposure can zoom into planned travel areas to discover any newly reported hotspots.


Heather Sittig, CEO and Founder of Relola states, “When our team realized that the Relola platform could be used to stop the spread of the Coronavirus and save lives, we felt a responsibility to make this resource available to the world. In a matter of hours we developed a software configuration and website that enables people everywhere to update their status anonymously. By providing a safe environment to report health statuses, we can all work together to stop this virus in its tracks. ” 


The interactive map can be embedded on any website and drive participation. Community leaders and news outlets can receive the free map widget for their websites by emailing:

This data captured is available for free to qualified public health officials. To request access to the data please email:


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