AlertID now tracks and reports infectious diseases, helping members stay safe and healthy, no matter their endpoint.
Las Vegas, NV; San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 10, 2014
There may be no place like home for the holidays, but there’s also no better time to become susceptible to contagious viruses than during the yuletide travel rush. With 90 million people hitting the road this season to visit loved ones or migrate to warmer climates, knowing the conditions of your destination is more important than ever. Enter AlertID: a one-stop-shop free digital public safety tool and app. Aside from delivering up-the-moment crime, weather, sex offender and natural disaster information across the US, AlertID now tracks and reports infectious diseases, helping members stay safe and healthy, no matter their endpoint.
AlertID works with the CDC to deliver information regarding:
- Bacterial Meningitis
- Enterovirus D68
- West Nile Virus
- Whooping Cough (Pertussis)
With AlertID, members can plug in the address of that ski chalet in Colorado before packing up the kids to hit the slopes, and discover that the state has been hit hard by cases of respiratory illness Enterovirus D68. With a quick change into lighter clothes and heavy rations of sunscreen, the family can instead head over to sunny Hawaii, where no cases of the illness have been reported, and enjoy the holidays on the beach!
AlertID is the fastest growing neighborhood focused safety network that is free to use and helps protect families and neighborhoods. A virtual neighborhood watch for the 21st century, AlertID’s mission is to help members live safely by providing a secure way to receive trusted public safety alerts and share information with family and neighbors.
AlertID uses proven technology to help citizens and federal, state, and local authorities share information about crime, sex offenders, natural disasters, missing children and severe weather that can threaten public safety. AlertID is accessible to members online as well as by email and mobile app. For more information visit http://www.AlertID.com.