Telegraph – Neighbours pinged through walls by app
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The Daily Telegraph – Neighbours pinged through walls by app
The Daily Telegraph leads on the “chaos” being caused by the NHS Covid app with its revelation that neighbours are having to self-isolate because the app can send alerts to people through walls. Insiders told the paper that the Bluetooth signal used by the app can be strong enough to go through walls – leading some people to have to isolate, despite never having come into face-to-face contact with a positive case. A No 10 spokesman reportedly said the numbers of cases were so small that they did not see it as “an issue”.
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