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IBM Developer
Open Technology
May 2020
Hello, developers!
Last month, we invited you to take part in the Call for Code Challenge to fight against COVID-19. Because we're still in the throes of the pandemic, we selected 3 promising solutions to quickly deploy in the fight against the coronavirus.
Are you well? is a mobile app where patients upload symptoms so that health care workers can triage patients with possible COVID-19 symptoms to offer care in a safer manner. 
CovidImpact is a predictive assessment tool that forecasts risk levels for a business and curates personalized programs and tips to reduce oncoming financial threats. 
Safe Queue is a mobile app that uses GPS location data to replace physical lines with a virtual queue, allowing employees to control the queue digitally, and validating customer entry with a randomly generated QR code.
Working quickly in partnership with the Linux Foundation and Anthem, we will help these teams to get their innovations deployed in communities where they’re needed most to help mitigate the effects of COVID-19.

Join the challenge
It's not too late to join the 2020 Call for Code Global Challenge. Register and get all the resources you need, including exclusive access to a new disease tracker API from The Weather Company. We’ll continue to accept submissions for both climate change and COVID-19 through July 31, 2020.

Todd Moore, VP of Open Technology, IBM Developer, and Developer Advocacy
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