|Rating||3.6 ★ / 5|
|OS Require||Android 4.0.x - Ice Cream Sandwich|
|Author's Notes||I have been bitten, what should I do? tick risk map, diary – observe the bite|
Bites and sightings reported anonymously are shown as pink or turquoise dots on the potential risk map. Thank you for your Citizen Science contribution to the applied research efforts conducted by ZHAW.
In the information section, you will find more about: tick-borne diseases, TBE vaccination recommendation, lifecycle of Ixodes ricinus tick.
App development: Zurich University of Applied Sciences ZHAW, ZHAW Spin-off A&K Strategy GmbH and Andreas Garzotto GmbH. With support from the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH), National Reference Centre for tick-transmitted diseases (NRZK) and Liga für Zeckenkranke Schweiz (LIZ).
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