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Skip to 0 minutes and 1 second Here is the slide of challenge.gov where government announcement calls for a new ideas from the researchers and students. And you can even win a lot of money by giving very useful ideas of how you can disseminate meaningful health-related information. And in the same way, there are health maps where you can see the online of what’s happening in the society related to the diseases. So you can go and register yourself and pinpoint the disease, what is happening there in your locality. And it shows what is happening all over the board in that way.

Skip to 0 minutes and 46 seconds So this map was very widely used in earthquake in the Haiti where there was eruption of cholera for people who are not knowing which streets are getting effect, so they’re using this map to locate the– from what to say– point of infection on cholera. In the same, it shows on Google Earth also. And there are wonderful maps. Our applications are available on your mobile phone to see these are the example of flu, and do analysis, and defend various infectious diseases. So here I want to end up the speech about the good of the social media. Then I want to ask you how you can predict earlier– early prediction of infectious disease in your society.

Skip to 1 minute and 45 seconds So I repeat the questions once again. I want to know how you can predict your infectious diseases in the society right now. Thank you.

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