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Nearly 17,000 people download the WeHealth app

Nearly 17,000 people download the WeHealth app

“The Wealth Bermuda app was launched on December 11 and has since been downloaded by nearly 17,000 people,” said Prime Minister David Burt.

Spoke last night [Dec 22] At the press conference, Premier Burt said, “The Wealth Bermuda app was launched on December 11 and has since been downloaded by nearly 17,000 people. To those people, I thank you.

“This application is designed to help slow the spread of COVID-19 by notifying users of application exposure. It is one of the most advanced applications available anywhere in the world to help control and reduce the spread of COVID-19.

“The application uses anonymous Bluetooth signals to determine how close the devices were and for how long when the smartphones installed by Wealth Bermuda were close to each other.

“So far 11 people who have used the app have been positively confirmed. They have been given a random code to put into use. What this means is that they were able to notify those close to them long before the virus spread.

“Due to the personal nature of the application, we cannot say how many notifications were sent by these individuals, including the code, because the information was not accessible to the government due to privacy features structured in the way the application operates. .

“However, the good news is that people are being helped because of the use of this app. I strongly encourage everyone to download this app. You can learn more about the app by visiting www.gov.bm/wehealth Or email [email protected]

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