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Tech & Science Every fifth laboratory is still analogous to

02:26  25 august  2020
02:26  25 august  2020 Source:   rp-online.de

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Berlin. Not all corona test laboratories are still connected to the warning app. Experts are critical of the app's benefits because too few people are still using the program.

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The federal government's corona warning app started as an ambitious project in mid-June, as it was supposed to become an important component in the fight against pandemics. Back then, the head of Deutsche Telekom, Timotheus Höttges, confidently announced that “all test laboratories and all health authorities” would be connected to the app within four weeks, “in order to completely relieve them of the analog, very complex manual processes.” Today, around ten Weeks later, not all laboratories are still able to digitally transmit positive test results to the app user so that they can feed in the result and warn other people. The announcements made at the time now seem too hasty.

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Because, according to the Robert Koch Institute, every fifth laboratory has not yet been digitized. 115 resident laboratories have been connected so far, which corresponds to 80 percent. However, only 80 of these laboratories can already offer all steps from scanning the order form to providing the test result in the app. According to the RKI, twelve test centers at airports have already been connected to the app and a further six such centers are to follow shortly. The digitization process is therefore already taking significantly longer than planned - and it is still necessary to use the hotline.

There, app users who have received a positive test result can request a verification code with which they can, but do not have to, enter their test result into the app. 1679 such codes were issued by August 17th. How many of them actually appeared as a warning in the app, the federal government cannot record due to strict data protection regulations.

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In view of this number, however, experts doubt whether the app can actually achieve the desired effect in combating the corona pandemic. It has been downloaded 17.5 million times so far, a week ago there were around 300,000 fewer downloads. The group of users, that can be concluded from this, is growing steadily. To what extent the app is set up so that the risk assessment works, nobody can say.

"So that the Corona warning app really brings something, the number of downloads should double," said Gert Wagner, member of the Expert Council for Consumer Questions, of the newspaper "Welt am Sonntag". Then you would be much better for a second wave of infection In purely mathematical terms, if an infected person comes into contact with a stranger, the probability that both people will have the app is six percent, said Wagner. Even if the number of users doubled, the effectiveness of the app would still be limited: 25 percent of infections could then Uncovered - if all concerned also report an infection via the application. However, it is doubted that this happens in every case.

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Veronika Grimm, member of the Advisory Council for the Assessment of Macroeconomic Development, said that contact tracking via apps would only then be without further measures promising if 80 percent of the population actually use the application th. "We can't get there with a voluntary solution," she said.

The fact that the app could become mandatory has always been ruled out and is still not planned, as it was said from government circles. Meanwhile, however, the case of a returnee caused a sensation, who allegedly received a negative result from the laboratory and in the app days after his entry and a test on the motorway in Rhineland-Palatinate, but a positive result by letter from the city of Overath in North Rhine-Westphalia Result received and quarantined. The "Bild" newspaper reported on the 31-year-old. The case was not known to the Robert Koch Institute upon request. That's why you couldn't give a rating, it said. It is possible, however, that the program used was not the official Corona warning app, but another app that digitally transmits laboratory results.

The federal government has repeatedly emphasized that data protection, in particular, can only be guaranteed with the official app. As before, the RKI comes to the conclusion that the corona warning app is one component of several in the fight against pandemics. "Every warning given by the Corona Warning App can help to interrupt chains of infection more quickly and curb the spread of SARS-CoV-2," it said.

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