The goal of this project was to build a system that would assist flyers who were concerned about Covid in returning to their normal flight schedule. This platform was designed to inform users about travel needs, local constraints, and to visually portray Covid-related data.
This application's aim is to inform users of current case patterns while also offering enough information for them to think about when making trip arrangements. This application was built using the MERN stack.
According to research, a large proportion of respondents found it challenging to determine what was required of them while travelling to a new country, including exams, vaccinations, and papers. This was exacerbated by the fact that it was difficult to determine if a country's response to the spread of cases and restrictions was effective.
This thesis investigates how open data might enhance our response to viral pandemics like Covid.