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Will Germans accept the COVID-19 app?
So finally, Germany has launched its new ‘Corona Warning app’ that aims to track infection chains and curb the spread of COVID-19. The app is being highly praised by experts. It is also very easy to use and available in both – English and Germany.

However, the German community is reluctant to download the app.

The reason: Privacy concerns!

As with every new technological app, the issue surrounding the privacy settings arises. And with Germany seeing a fair share of dictatorships and surveillance in the past – the citizens cannot be blamed.
According to a polling data by Forschungsgruppe Wahlen, 47% of the surveyed participant said that they would use the app when released. However, the figures dropped to 42% by June. Currently, 46% of the respondents say that they would not download the app – an increase in the 42% that said they would not use it when questioned in April.
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Will Germans accept the COVID-19 app? #Infographic

Will Germans accept the COVID-19 app?
So finally, Germany has launched its new ‘Corona Warning app’ that aims to track infection chains and curb the spread of COVID-19. The app is being highly praised by experts. It is also very easy to use and available in both – English and Germany.

However, the German community is reluctant to download the app.

The reason: Privacy concerns!

As with every new technological app, the issue surrounding the privacy settings arises. And with Germany seeing a fair share of dictatorships and surveillance in the past – the citizens cannot be blamed.
According to a polling data by Forschungsgruppe Wahlen, 47% of the surveyed participant said that they would use the app when released. However, the figures dropped to 42% by June. Currently, 46% of the respondents say that they would not download the app – an increase in the 42% that said they would not use it when questioned in April.
Infographic by: Statista

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