Why haven’t contact tracing Apps done more to stop COVID-19?

HEN NEVADA’S DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH and human services launched one of the nation’s first COVID-19 contact-tracing smartphone apps on Aug. 24, state authorities “strongly recommend[ed]” all 3 million-plus Nevadans make use of the mobile public-health software. But 2½ months later, only around

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