Zippy’s is encouraging customers to download the AlohaSafe Alert app — the state’s official COVID-19 exposure notification app — to help curb the spread of coronavirus by offering a discount on breakfast.
The goal at the launch last Tuesday was to move the meter from about 400,000 downloads to 450,000 by this Friday, and the finish line is in sight. If Hawaii reaches 450,000 downloads by Friday, Zippy’s has pledged to offer 25% off any breakfast bento from March 29 through April 2 as part of its “All in for AlohaSafe” campaign.
The AlohaSafe Alert, the free state-approved COVID-19 exposure notification system, is now available to those with older iPhones or software.
After another push, many more Hawaii residents have adopted smartphone technology that will notify them if they were exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
Hawaii Governor David Ige approved Maui County Mayor Mike Victorino’s request to modify retail store capacity and for travelers coming in to download the Aloha Safe Alert App.
The Hawai‘i State Department of Health in partnership with aio Digital and the Hawai‘i Executive Collaborative have launched AlohaSafe Alert, an exposure notification app to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
The state Health Department officially launched its new AlohaSafe Alert app, along with a new media campaign targeting Hawaii’s youth on Wednesday as the daily COVID-19 case count and death toll continued to rise.
Hawaii Tribune-Herald: COVID-19 exposure notification app now available to residents of Hawaii County
AlohaSafe Alert, the state of Hawaii’s official COVID-19 exposure notification app, is now available to Hawaii County residents and is expected to launch statewide next week.
The AlohaSafe Alert app officially launched on Wednesday in Maui County, the first County in the State of Hawaii to have this resource available to curb the spread of COVID-19.
LIHU‘E — The state recently launched its official COVID-19 exposure-notification app, “AlohaSafe Alert.”
State Senate Director of Communications Jacob Aki said the app can be found at in-store apps for a few weeks. He said the app was created by the private sector in partnership with the state Department of Health…
A smartphone app that notifies people if they’ve been exposed to COVID-19 has been approved for a full rollout with an anticipated launch date of mid-December.
Maui County says Lanai and Hana residents have been participating in a pilot project to test the “AlohaSafe Alert” app. Maui District Health Officer Dr. Lorrin Pang explains it’s only as good as the number of people who use it…
Hana and Lanai are the first communities in the state to try out a pilot program application that notifies people who may have been exposed to COVID-19. The AlohaSafe Alert smartphone application has already been downloaded more than 3,000 times since it launched...
Lanai residents will be the first in the state to participate in a pilot project involving a smartphone application that notifies people that they may have been exposed to COVID-19.
A growing number of states have adopted the new technology as a tool to boost contact tracing when case counts explode.
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Created in partnership with the Hawaii State Department of Health, AlohaSafe Alert is an official exposure notification application based on Google/Apple’s Exposure Network (GAEN). Downloading the app is one of many ways Hawaii residents and visitors can keep Hawaii safe and healthy.