Our Impact


2 Billion

lives touched




Together, PathCheck and the Health Department of Hawaii launched AlohaSafe which used Google/Apple’s Exposure Network (GAEN) and PathCheck’s open source application to streamline contact tracing to prevent the spread of COVID19. Using bluetooth technology, the app was used to alert citizens if they had been in contact with with the virus. 



Minnesota used PathCheck's open source software to launch the COVIDaware exposure notification app during the pandemic. Designed to assist the health department to swiftly contact trace and alert citizens to possible exposures, the application was swiftly downloaded by over 556,520 Minnesotans.


Louisiana COVID Defense

In a collaborative effort with COVIDDefense and the Louisiana State Health Department, PathCheck helped to launch COVID Defense LA, a mobile contact tracing app that supported contact tracing and emergency notifications in Louisiana. The app was used by over 107,000 citizens.


Alabama GuideSafe

In partnership with a team of experts at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), part of the University of Alabama System, GuideSafe™ was launched to support the monitoring of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to help the residents of Alabama to make informed decisions as well as stop the spread of the virus. 


Guam COVID Alert

During the second wave of the Pandemic, Guam experienced a significant uptick in COVID cases. It became clear that Guam needed to make changes to protect its citizens from further spread of COVID-19. As a result, they partnered with us to bring an exposure notification mobile app to their citizens very quickly to add additional tools to control the virus.

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Cyprus COVTracer EN

Cyprus, CovTracer was developed in coordination with PathCheck Foundation, the National Electronic Health Authority, and the advisory role of the Deputy Ministry of Research, Innovation and Digital Policy (DMRID) together with the Ministry of Health. CovTracer-EN is the official application of the Cypriot Government which was created to help citizens with contact tracing. 


The PathCheck open source solution
is utilized around the world.