NHS to use Apple-Google API for upcoming Covid-19 contact tracing app

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National Health Service to use Apple-Google API in upcoming COVID-19 contact tracing app
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National Health Service to use Apple-Google API in upcoming COVID-19 contact tracing app

The app will warn users who come in close contact with someone suspected of being infected with the virus

The UK's National Health Service (NHS) has confirmed plans to use Apple-Google API in its upcoming contract tracing app in efforts to fight the spread of coronavirus in the country. As reported by the...

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