The In-depth Training on FASSSTER and TanodCOVID for Volunteer Trainers and Data Interpreters was launched on June 10, 2020, via ZOOM.

FASSSTER has many features that can assist our LGUs, government agencies, and other institutions in their decision-making process. It has also an adjunct system called TanodCOVID which can be used for symptoms monitoring and reporting as well as assist in contact tracing.

DOST VI staff and volunteer scholars started their online training in the conference room while practicing the minimum health standards.

The data interpreters are composed of the members of the Western Visayas Health Research and Development Consortium (WVHRDC) and the data encoders are DOST scholar volunteers. They were joined by some DOST VI staff on the online activity.