NHS launches COVID-19 tracing app

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Coronavirus

An application has been introduced in the England to trace the COVID-19. According to US media, the Corona virus application of the National Health Service (NHS) has been launched in England and Wales yesterday. The British government announced the introduction of the Corona virus application in May. But problems arose in the initial trial.

The developers of the application later abandoned the local models and completed it using Google and Apple models. The government’s position on the delay in the release of the application was that it is not important to compete with Corona through smartphones. It should be noted that this application related to Corona virus gives each user an ID which keeps their information and identity confidential and through this application users can also take appointments for Corona virus test.

According to government figures, there have been more than 400,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus so far in the UK and more than 40,000 people have died. However, these figures include only people who have died within 28 days of testing positive for coronavirus and other measures suggest the number of deaths is higher.

You can download the COVID-19 tracing app from the following links.

To download on an iPhone: Click this link

To download on an Android Phone: Click this link

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