Google/Apple exposure notification API saved thousands of lives, but apps largely flopped in US
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Google/Apple exposure notification API saved thousands of lives, but apps largely flopped in US

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COVID-19 contact tracing apps built on the joint Google/Apple exposure notification API have saved thousands of lives in some countries, but have largely proven ineffective in the US.

A report examining data from the apps finds that many states didn’t even get as far as creating one; take-up was low; and very few users bothered to log infection in the app, rendering it useless …

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