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About this app

Get notified anonymously if you’ve been near someone who reported having COVID-19. Notify others anonymously if you test positive and help keep your community safe. Keep up with COVID-19 levels in your community and opt-in to get alerted of significant changes. Find relevant, local resources and access reliable information from trusted sources.

The app is part of a nationwide system that meets the rigorous privacy & security requirements of the Google Apple Exposure Notifications. When enabled, your phone securely collects and shares random IDs with nearby devices using bluetooth. The app uses these to notify you if you may have been exposed to COVID-19. The app is fully anonymous, doesn’t require any login and is unable to access your location or any personal information.

This is the official app for the State of Arizona and is 100% interoperable with similar exposure notification systems all over the United States. Developed by WeHealth, a Public Benefit Corporation, in collaboration with the University of Arizona and the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS).
Updated on
May 23, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
App activity, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

358 reviews
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
July 8, 2022
Thank you for your feedback, the issue has since been fixed. If you experience any future issues, please contact our Support Team by submitting a ticket. https://help.wehealth.org/hc/en-us/requests/new
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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The University of Arizona
July 22, 2022
We understand how annoying that must be. We're working on a solution to improve the notification system experience. We hope you'll re-consider the rating once we fix the issue. Thanks.
Wayno Guerrini
April 12, 2023
I tested positive for Covid-19. Trying to report it. And it goes no further then the opening screen. No way to report anything. Useless garbage app. Removing / reinstalling is a waste of effort. Samsung S21 Ultra running Android 13 on AT&T.
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The University of Arizona
April 12, 2023
Thanks for sharing your experience. There's a known intermittent issue affecting some Samsung devices. Can you please contact us at help@wehealth.org so the engineering team can help with the fix?

What's new

• Changes to CDC community level notifications
• Updates to recommendation types
• UI improvements
• Bug fixes & improvements