Sanjivan mobile app (संजीवन मोबाईल ऐप) has been developed by the Health department of Bihar government. Android users can now download Sanjivan App on their smartphones from the google play store. Through this Sanjeevan mobile phone application, people will be able to apply online for Coronavirus (COVID-19) test.  It is a major initiative as testing is the only criteria to control COVID-19 pandemic outbreak. Moreover, this app will also provide updated information put out by the state government about the raging viral outbreak.

The Sanjivan app is user-friendly which helps an individual to register for Covid-19 test and apply for self-quarantine at home. Moreover, this Sanjivan mobile app will also provide elaborate details about nearest testing and Covid Care Centres, hospitals and availability of beds in those healthcare facilities.

The new Sanjivan App has become operational on 1 August 2020 and has an option to requisition an ambulance. This mobile application has district-wise emergency helpline numbers, a chat-bot option on FAQs (frequently asked questions), IEC (information education and counselling) material on SARS-CoV-2, which causes the contagious corona-virus disease.  

How to Download Sanjivan Mobile App - Apply Online for COVID-19 Test in Bihar 

Below is the complete process of how to download Sanjivan mobile app from google play store:-
  • Firstly visit the official website of Health department of Bihar at
  • At the homepage, click at the "संजीवन मोबाईल ऐप" link as shown below:-
After installation of the Bihar Sanjivan Mobile App, people can apply online for COVID-19 test through their mobile phones. Health dept. is also working towards providing the testing facility at an individual’s doorstep in collaboration with private laboratories.

Sanjeevan App Download from State Health Society Bihar Official Website

People can even download the Sanjeevan mobile app from official website of State Health Society Bihar Official Website through the link - At the homepage, click at the संजीवन मोबाईल ऐप link and then install it in your smartphones. Furthermore, Bihar Sanjeevan Mobile App is available for download from Google Play Store. 

The official website of health department of Bihar also has district helpline numbers for those who don’t have access to the mobile app. The helpline numbers have a back-up of 10 available lines in case the primary number comes engaged because of congestion due to high volume of calls.

Cost for RT-PCR Test for Coronavirus in Bihar

The state govt. of Bihar is going to fix rates for collecting swab samples from home in a bid to avoid crowding at test centres. Bihar govt. has capped Rs. 2500 as maximum cost to conduct reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test at a private laboratory. An additional amount of Rs. 300 is likely to be added for the collection of swab samples from home.

How to Register for RAD Test for COVID-19 in Bihar through Sanjeevan App

Each user who will register for the rapid antigen detection (RAD) test will get a registration number and an OTP on their registered mobile phones. Users can then visit the nearest testing centre and share the OTP. It would substantially lessen the time that takes for the elaborate registration process. The test report (result) will be available through an SMS on registered mobile number.

Apply for Self Quarantine (Home Isolation) through Sanjivan App

Now there is no need to visit to the district magistrate's (DM) office and stand in a queue to physically apply for self-quarantine at home. People can now apply online for self quarantine (home isolation) through Sanjivan App. The SMS on test result will also have another OTP, which will enable a user to apply for self-quarantine at home. Check features of this app through the link:-

The app also allows a user to see the availability of beds in dedicated Covid-19 hospitals. Now, Covid-19 patients don't need to run from pillar to post in search of hospital beds. Bihar govt. will closely monitor the availability of beds that will cause a lot of convenience for those suffering from the viral infection.