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Nearly 2 million Australians download coronavirus tracing app within hours of its release

Reuters Monday, 27 April 2020
Nearly two 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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