Information & Community Engagement Key to Coronavirus Response Efforts

LiveSafe offers U.S. education institutions a free version of its industry leading safety and communications app to help improve coordination, information sharing, and response during the current coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Information & Community Engagement Key to Coronavirus Response Efforts

By Dan Verton

As our nation rises to the unprecedented challenge of the coronavirus outbreak, we at LiveSafe feel it is part of our corporate social responsibility to help businesses and education institutions detect, monitor, and mitigate disruptions to their communities caused by this national emergency.

That’s why we recently announced we are making a free, limited version of our industry-leading safety and two-way communications App, as well as the platform’s Command and Communications Dashboard, available to any U.S.-headquartered business, college, university or healthcare institution.

This special offer will provide you three key LiveSafe features on the LiveSafe Mobile App, as well as the LiveSafe Command & Communications Dashboard.

Coronavirus Questions: Through the LiveSafe App, your employees or students can submit questions or seek information from your organization’s Coronavirus response team. Real-time chat and anonymous submissions are available.

Access CDC COVID-19 Guidance: Get one-touch access to the latest information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Emergency Call: Call 911 with the touch of a button. LiveSafe will automatically route your 911 call to the nearest 911 call center, regardless of your location.

Broadcast Messaging: Use LiveSafe’s Command & Communications Dashboard (privilege based), to broadcast critical COVID-19 information and communicate with your community in real-time via Email, Text/SMS, and/or Push notification.

The App will be made available for both iOS and Android.

To learn more about the offer and to order your free COVID-19 Safety Resources App, visit

Dan Verton is the Director of Content and Branding at LiveSafe. He is a former intelligence officer, homeland security training expert, and author of four books.


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One response to “Information & Community Engagement Key to Coronavirus Response Efforts”

  1. Frederick L. De Guzman says:

    It really is very important that everybody is educated about this issue. Maximizing the use of social media generates a lot more target population since most people have access to it! I just wish that this, too, will be initiated in the Philippines.

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