How governments and Big Tech are looking to curb the spread of coronavirus with your smartphone

By Ryan Browne

Governments around the world are developing mobile apps to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus using a method known as “contact tracing.”

Contact tracing is the process of asking infected patients who they’ve recently come into contact with. The logic being that, by doing so, health authorities are able to better identify the people at risk of infection and have them quarantined or monitored.

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