WORLD French gov't launches contact-tracing smartphone app 'StopCOVID'

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French gov't launches contact-tracing smartphone app 'StopCOVID'

Xinhua

09:26, June 04, 2020

Photo taken on June 3, 2020 shows the contact-tracing smartphone app "StopCOVID" on a mobile phone in Paris, France. French government launched on June 2 "StopCOVID," a contact-tracing smartphone app that could warn people voluntarily using it if they come into contact with a COVID-19 carrier. (Photos: Xinhua)

Photo taken on June 3, 2020 shows the contact-tracing smartphone app "StopCOVID" on a mobile phone in Paris, France. French government launched on June 2 "StopCOVID," a contact-tracing smartphone app that could warn people voluntarily using it if they come into contact with a COVID-19 carrier.

Photo taken on June 3, 2020 shows the contact-tracing smartphone app "StopCOVID" on a mobile phone in Paris, France. French government launched on June 2 "StopCOVID," a contact-tracing smartphone app that could warn people voluntarily using it if they come into contact with a COVID-19 carrier.

Photo taken on June 3, 2020 shows the contact-tracing smartphone app "StopCOVID" on a mobile phone in Paris, France. French government launched on June 2 "StopCOVID," a contact-tracing smartphone app that could warn people voluntarily using it if they come into contact with a COVID-19 carrier.

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