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This Is What a Contact Tracing App Could Look Like

Here’s how a team of veteran designers is working together to help stop the spread of Covid-19

Numerous teams around the world have started building apps that can help with tracing the contacts of people who have tested positive for the coronavirus. This would allow health agencies to test and potentially isolate…




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Jelle Prins

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Worked on the first apps for Uber,, CataWiki and many others.

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