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One third of Germans think Corona app is futile in pandemic fight - survey

Wednesday 30 December 2020 | 15:43 CET | News
One third of the German population (33%) believes that the Coronavirus App does not help fight the pandemic, and for this reason avoid to use it, according to a survey from Kantar on behalf of the State Ministry of Baden-Württemberg. Almost a fifth (19%) of the respondents said they do not use the app out of fear for have their data used for other purposes, 16 percent said the app does not function well, and 7 percent do not use the tracing app because they do not trust the federal government and the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), the government's central research institute for disease

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Companies: Deutsche Telekom / SAP
Countries: Germany
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