The government has made it mandatory for visitors to check into restaurants, cinemas, gyms and other businesses with the app or by providing their contact details to the venues. Photo: Nora Tam The government has made it mandatory for visitors to check into restaurants, cinemas, gyms and other businesses with the app or by providing their contact details to the venues. Photo: Nora Tam
The government has made it mandatory for visitors to check into restaurants, cinemas, gyms and other businesses with the app or by providing their contact details to the venues. Photo: Nora Tam

Coronavirus: contact-tracing ‘Leave Home Safe’ app records 3.8 million downloads – representing over half of Hong Kong’s population

  • Information and technology minister Alfred Sit says around 19,000 people have been tested for Covid-19 after being alerted by the app over past two months
  • He urges people to use the software to help the government contain the pandemic, and assures data stored by it will not be used for any other purposes

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The government has made it mandatory for visitors to check into restaurants, cinemas, gyms and other businesses with the app or by providing their contact details to the venues. Photo: Nora Tam The government has made it mandatory for visitors to check into restaurants, cinemas, gyms and other businesses with the app or by providing their contact details to the venues. Photo: Nora Tam
The government has made it mandatory for visitors to check into restaurants, cinemas, gyms and other businesses with the app or by providing their contact details to the venues. Photo: Nora Tam
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