N.Y. and N.J. are now using a Covid-19 contact tracing app to prevent the spread—Here's how it works

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  1. This is complete garbage, anyone knows that bluetooth is highly unreliable, and now a battery draining app, along with sharing your personal health information. People never stop to think even if we have the technology should we be doing this in the first place. Also I can think of a dozen ways, to use the app to target people, if they are broadcasting on bluetooth. Hope you fail bro.

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