iSchool Capstone


Project tags:

equity & inclusion

knowledge organization

mobile or web development

Project poster

With the current public health crisis of COVID-19 at hand, some communities in the King County area are at a higher risk and are more vulnerable to the effects of this pandemic. CounterCOVID is a risk assessment tool that assists these communities by reducing misinformation and easing their fears through a targeted and personalized approach. CounterCOVID takes in symptom information from the user and returns personalized information about the next best steps, with a focus on the King County area. The goal is to be a reliable and centralized tool for King County residents, specifically the at-risk communities.

Project participants:

Will Bowers


Kaitlyn Cameron


Nikhila Iyer


Ken Masumoto