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More than two million Australians download COVID-19 app, testing expands

Reuters Monday, 27 April 2020
More than two million Australians have downloaded an app to trace contacts of COVID-19 patients hours after its release, the government said on Monday, as states set out plans to expand testing for the infection.
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