Technology Federal government and developers advertise Corona warning app after troubleshooting.
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After the problems with the Corona warning app were resolved, the federal government and the developers jointly promoted an even greater use. "We want to convince even more people of the app," said a joint statement on Sunday evening. The app is an important tool in the fight against the corona pandemic. "Everyone who uses them makes a difference."
The Corona warning app had been downloaded by more than 16 million citizens within six weeks, said the statement by Chancellor Helge Braun, Federal Health Minister Jens Spahn (both CDU) and the companies Telekom and SAP. "We thank you for the great trust." The cell phone application works well: "It helps to inform users about risk encounters and thereby interrupt the chain of infection at an early stage."
At the same time, the government and developers admitted that there were problems. "Not all mobile phones ran the app without restrictions." The vulnerabilities that have become known when updating the data have now been eliminated, the statement said. The development team will continue to provide information about possible restrictions and unforeseen technical problems.
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