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Australians rush to download coronavirus tracing app, PM's popularity soars

Reuters Monday, 27 April 2020
More than a million Australians rushed to download an app designed to help medical workers and state governments trace close contacts of COVID-19 patients, as Prime Minister Scott Morrison's approval rating soared on his pandemic response.
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