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About this app

The “Covid Watch Arizona” app and brand is transitioning and is now called “WeHealth Arizona”. It’s the same app with a privacy-preserving exposure notification backbone, built by the same developers with new and exciting features on the horizon.

The future of the pandemic is unknown and as new variants arise, we still have your back. You can continue to protect yourself, your loved ones, and community through anonymous exposure notifications with the WeHealth Arizona app.

Once you opt-in and enable exposure notifications on your phone, WeHealth Arizona starts working immediately to detect if you come into close proximity with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. The app is fully anonymous and has no access to your location or personal information. It’s simple, safe, and secure.

If you test positive for COVID-19 through a clinic, workplace, or self-administered test, you can share your test results and anonymously notify those who were nearby who may have been exposed to coronavirus.

The app is customized to your county, university or other community in Arizona so that you can get immediate access to the most up-to-date and reliable information on how to protect yourself and others from new variants.

The more people who download the app, the more effective we can be. So encourage your friends, family, and colleagues to install WeHealth Arizona today.

Provided by WeHealth Solutions, a public benefit corporation and the developer of WeHealth Arizona, with a mission to end the threat and burden of infectious diseases. Released in partnership with the University of Arizona on behalf of Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS).
Updated on
Jun 29, 2022

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302 reviews
Narley BPk
July 2, 2022
Annoying! It pops up way too often [for me] with "Checking for exposure"... [I spend most my time at home] and if I turn off my Bluetooth setting on my device - a notification pops up & won't stop notifying me that my Bluetooth is off.... until I turn the Bluetooth back on! I don't want/need my Bluetooth on ALL THE TIME!! Especially, when I'm at home!
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Chaney Seay
September 24, 2020
This app worked perfectly for me to begin with. Upon getting an exposure alert, I was able to view the details and severity with a simple touch. However, within the last two weeks, I noticed when I received an alert, I am unable to see the details. I am shown when it occurred, but the drop down bar showing the Transmission Risk and total time exposed is no longer available. I've tried all I can think to fix the issue, but at this point, I can no longer rely on it for accurate exposure alerts.
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The University of Arizona
October 10, 2020
Thank you for your feedback, we have temporarily disabled the exposure data details and are working towards a new design with a clearer understanding of exposure notifications which will be released soon. If you experience any future issues, please contact our Support Team by submitting a ticket. https://help.wehealth.org/hc/en-us/requests/new
Rugal Bernstein
December 17, 2021
I really appreciate what they were going for, i really do. However this need quite some work. First off, EVERYONE who is using the app need to be honest and put in if they have covid or symptoms (which its already a slippery slope). Next this only includes app users not population overall. Finally it uses Bluetooth, which i turn off whenever i am home. The notification keep popping up as long as Bluetooth is off which gets really annoying. Love the idea it just needs some work.
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