Britain’s National Health Service has released the coronavirus contact-tracing app that it built without the Apple-Google API.
The NHS tracing app is currently in testing in the Isle of Wight before being deployed more widely.
Aggressive testing and strict contact tracing are two things every country should do to limit the spread of an infectious disease like the novel coronavirus.
Consistent testing and contact tracing have to continue once social distancing measures are loosened, and economies start opening up.
You then have to allow Bluetooth access and push notifications for the app to work:Once you’ve configured the contact tracing app, you’ll get a confirmation that “the app is working properly,” as seen below.

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