With the recent announcement that Victoria is officially in a state of emergency, we have decided to launch our latest project ahead of schedule. The app Sicky, will provide much needed relief to crowded GPs offices and overworked health staff.
Social distancing measures have been activated by the government, this means many of us are changing our everyday schedules to lower our risk. Within our team we’ve initiated our work-from-home protocol and are keeping everyone fully up-to-date on the pandemic and best practices.
However, there are still many people who will need to go to the GP, seeking advice or medical certificates.
It's because of this we felt it was essential to launch our app Sicky months ahead of schedule.
Sicky allows Australians to video call health professionals and receive advice, assessment and if needed a medical certificate.
Connected to a network of pharmacists, who are online 24/7, Sicky provides an essential alternative for seeking medical advice, users can stay home and not risk exposure if they leave the house
- Free to download
- Australia wide
- Provides affordable online medical certificates ($19.95)
- 24/7 support
You can download the Sicky app here: https://share.sicky.com.au/
With plenty of us keeping our distance and smartly lowering our risk. We hope Sicky can provide some of you with some peace of mind and save you a trip outside.
If there is anything Mo Works can do for you, or if you’d like business advice during this time, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
We wish health to our community and for the fast resolution of this epidemic.
Remember to stay up-to-date with Government news and check the Department of Health website for updates.