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WellteQ Digital Health Inc. (CSE:WTEQ) (OTC:WTEQF), (the "Company" or Wellteq"), is pleased to announce that the next event in its continuing series of management webcasts will feature the Company's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. George Gellert on Tuesday, May 25th, at 11:00 a.m. EST (8:00 a.m. PST).

During the webcast, Dr. Gellert will outline the clinical priorities for the extension of Wellteq's enterprise digital wellness platform into virtual care initiatives for the upcoming 6-12 months. Attendees will also have an opportunity to ask relevant questions.

To access the webcast please proceed to the following link:

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84736566993?pwd=SGZCNmVib2p6em5PNWhBeWpjR3NaUT09

Meeting ID: 847 3656 6993
Passcode: 556107

About WellteQ Digital Health Inc.

WellteQ Digital Health Inc. is a leading provider of corporate wellness solutions developed to provide data-driven personalized health and wellness coaching to engage its users in healthier behaviours. As an enterprise (business-to-business) model, Wellteq currently has two main sectors of customers: employers and insurance companies. Wellteq has secured a large multinational portfolio of customers, including UBS, DBS and Bupa Insurance, and reseller partners, like Willis Towers Watson, Advanced Human Imaging and Garmin. Wellteq is developing its newly acquired Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) platform for virtual care applications which will extend the Wellteq continuum of care from preventative wellness through to virtual healthcare.

Investor Contact:

Glen Akselrod
Bristol Investor Relations
E: glen@bristolir.com
T: (905) 326-1888
Sales & Partnership Contact:

stacey@wellteq.co

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