Developers bleach is looking to tap into the global Ebola pandemic and help communities fight it.
The developer is aiming to launch its latest app, a bleach for the world, on Friday, March 10.
In a tweet on Friday evening, the developer tweeted that its app is “going to help fight Ebola”.
The app is named after a strain of Ebola that has infected over 1,400 people worldwide and killed at least 3,000.
The app has a clean design and can be downloaded from the Google Play Store.
The new app has an international focus and is being developed by developer Amit Sharma.
The company has partnered with the National Institute of Health and Tropical Medicine in the US to develop the app.
According to the company, the app will provide local healthcare workers with the latest information and advice on how to combat Ebola.
“We are going to use the Ebola pandemics as an opportunity to connect people across different parts of the world,” said Amit Gupta, the head of development at the company. “
We are creating an app for the healthcare community that will provide people with all the information they need to be prepared and help fight the outbreak.”
“We are going to use the Ebola pandemics as an opportunity to connect people across different parts of the world,” said Amit Gupta, the head of development at the company.
“Our app is a game changer.
People can play it, they can download it, and we will keep adding new features.”
In March, the Ebola crisis hit India.
The virus is spreading across the globe and has claimed the lives of more than 7,000 people in West Africa.
As the Ebola outbreak rages across the world the app has been developed by the company Amit Sharma and is intended to help healthcare workers across the country.
It will allow users to report suspected cases, track the progress of cases, and report on progress in the fight against Ebola.