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Ruby on Rails App to manage covid vaccination in your city

Agenda Saúde is a Ruby on Rails application that has been used since last year to manage the vaccination queue of Covid-19, H1N1, and PCR tests. The project is developed by the local open-source community of Joinville, Brazil in collaboration with the city hall and local companies.

We are looking for Ruby on Rails developers who can contribute to the project.

See our Open Collective if you want to help fund the project https://opencollective.com/makersnetwork.

We also have a sponsorship plan for companies. If your company wants to help, let’s get in touch to add it as a supporter!

The project is open-source, so you can run it in your city! For now, we only have pt-BR translations, but it is easier to translate to other languages.

https://github.com/makersnetwork/agenda-saude https://agendasaude.joinville.br [pt-br]

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