The COVID Symptom Study app and NHS COVID-19 app are
Use both apps to help us all get through the pandemic. We need as many people as possible to keep using the COVID Symptom Study app to monitor their health on a daily basis and contribute to vital research into the pandemic. You can also log on behalf of family and friends who aren’t able to use the app, including children and the elderly.
Actived: 8 days ago
Had a COVID-19 vaccine
(4 days ago) If you're still not being asked about your COVID-19 vaccine: Make sure you have the latest version of the app (version 2.2.0 or higher) downloaded. New users who have just joined the app will need to log a new daily report after setting up their profile. Simply click the …
COVID App updates: March
(4 days ago) COVID App updates: March. April 2, 2020. Thank you for telling us how you feel on a daily basis, it is critical that you take a moment each day to tell us as you are advancing science daily. The team at ZOE and King's College London are working 24/7 to make your experience on the app the best it can be. After receiving thousands of data-points
Frequently Asked Questions
(9 days ago) The app will be used to study the symptoms of COVID-19 and track the spread of this virus. This research is led by Prof. Tim Spector, professor of genetic epidemiology at King’s College London and director of TwinsUK. TwinsUK is a scientific study of 15,000 identical and non-identical twins, which has been running for nearly three decades.
Is my skin rash a COVID-19 symptom
(5 days ago) When the rash recovers, the top layers of the skin may peel where the purplish bumps were. Fig 5: Purplish raised areas on the fingers is quite a specific rash for COVID and is usually painful. Fig 6: It can also cause multiple red and sore bumps on many fingers and it may be difficult to type. Fig 7: Purplish-red bumps and blisters are seen on
Detecting COVID-19 using AI
(1 days ago) The app also does not present the same privacy concerns that track and trace apps do. More than 3.3 million people globally have used the COVID Symptom Study app to report daily on their health status, whether they feel well or have any new symptoms such as persistent cough, fever, fatigue and loss of taste or smell (anosmia).
How we’re supporting mental health during COVID-19
(7 days ago) To find out more about mental health and how best to support you during the pandemic, the ZOE COVID Symptom Study is launching a new survey in the app this week. We’ll be asking how certain aspects of life have changed during COVID-19, including: Sleep. Physical activity. Spending time in green spaces or with pets.
Testing alone won't contain coronavirus
(6 days ago) Testing alone won’t contain coronavirus, we need a combination of strategies to stop the spread of COVID-19. The media has become obsessed with testing for COVID-19 as the key to containing coronavirus outbreaks and helping to get life back to normal.. Much has been made of UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s promise to reach 100,000 coronavirus tests per day by the end of April.
Keep the COVID Symptom Study alive
(7 days ago) Keep the COVID Symptom Study alive. The COVID Symptom Study is a non-profit research initiative working to support the NHS, the health of the UK public and to facilitate the safe release of lockdown through science. Without further funding it cannot continue its critical work. The app is a collaboration between King’s College London, Twins UK
Testing alone won't contain coronavirus
(3 days ago) Testing alone won’t contain coronavirus We need a combination of strategies to stop the spread of COVID-19. The media has become obsessed with testing for COVID-19 as the key to containing coronavirus outbreaks and helping to get life back to normal.. Much has been made of UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s promise to reach 100,000 coronavirus tests per day by the end of April.
Five tips to support your mental health during COVID-19
(5 days ago) Yoga and meditation are great options if you enjoy them, and there are various meditation and sleep apps that can help to clear your mind and calm down. Get outside. Spending time outside getting close to nature is great for your mental health.
Do hormone therapies affect COVID-19
(8 days ago) This is the largest group of participants contributing to COVID-19 research in the world. Unlike contact tracing apps, The COVID Symptom Study app focuses on gathering health data to advance research into understanding the disease and providing short and long-term clinical solutions for the Nation’s recovery.