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Coronavirus: Government admits NHSX app will not be ready for launch of contract tracing scheme

Independent Wednesday, 20 May 2020 ()
A smartphone app for tracking people who have been in contact with Covid-19 patients will not be ready for 1 June, when the next stage of the government's relaxation of lockdown is due to begin, Downing Street has confirmed.
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