1. Coronavirus: Tracking app aims for one million downloads  BBC News
  2. A new app might help researchers monitor the spread of coronavirus  MIT Technology Review
  3. King's College coronavirus app tracks symptoms in twins for vital research  E&T Magazine
  4. This Covid-19 tracking app lets you help scientists study the coronavirus  TechRadar India
  5. Coronavirus symptom tracking app launched to fight spread - Insider  INSIDER
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Experts warn people to be careful about other apps that claim to do the same.Experts warn people to be careful about other apps that claim to do the same.

Coronavirus: Tracking app aims for one million downloads - BBC News

The data collected from more than 750,000 people could help us understand why people’s experiences of coronavirus vary so wildly.The data collected from more than 750,000 people could help us understand why people’s experiences of coronavirus vary so wildly.

The app asks people to report how they're feeling every day even if they have no symptoms, and it's already been downloaded thousands of times.The app asks people to report how they're feeling every day even if they have no symptoms, and it's already been downloaded thousands of times.

Coronavirus symptom tracking app launched to fight spread - Insider

A new app has been launched that allows people to self-report on their coronavirus symptoms, or lack of, in order to determine how fast the virus is spreading in different parts of the country and what are the highest risk areas.A new app has been launched that allows people to self-report on their coronavirus symptoms, or lack of, in order to determine how fast the virus is spreading in different parts of the country and what are the highest risk areas.

King's College coronavirus app tracks symptoms in twins for vital research | E&T Magazine

A real-time genome sequencing facility has been established at the university that is capable of sequencing genomes of the virus causing COVID-19 from patients in the West Midlands in less than 24 hours A real-time genome sequencing facility has been established at the university that is capable of sequencing genomes of the virus causing COVID-19 from patients in the West Midlands in less than 24 hours

University of Birmingham scientists help to map spread of coronavirus and search for breakthroughs - Birmingham Live

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“Tonight, I will be hosting a virtual town hall from 7PM-8:30PM on @NEWSTALK1010 to help address residents’ questions and concerns as we continue to deal with the #COVID19 pandemic. Tune in to 1010AM or listen at https://t.co/GKRowM8ux4 or through the iHeartRadio app.”

John Tory on Twitter: "Tonight, I will be hosting a virtual town hall from 7PM-8:30PM on @NEWSTALK1010 to help address residents’ questions and concerns as we continue to deal with the #COVID19 pandemic. Tune in to 1010AM or listen at https://t.co/GKRowM8ux4 or through the iHeartRadio app.… https://t.co/LNwave2HmP"

“Govt is going to release a COVID-19 app. Hopefully they deliver it earlier than the six-month contract window. Only one seller invited?”

Rick Morton on Twitter: "Govt is going to release a COVID-19 app. Hopefully they deliver it earlier than the six-month contract window. Only one seller invited?… https://t.co/3pDPXMvN7Q"

“Professor @timspector Chair of Genetic Epidemiology @KingsCollegeLon and his colleagues have launched a new app allowing anyone to report symptoms, so the progression of #COVID19 can be tracked in real time. Available for Android and iOS – do consider downloading and using”

Stephen Fry on Twitter: "Professor @timspector Chair of Genetic Epidemiology @KingsCollegeLon and his colleagues have launched a new app allowing anyone to report symptoms, so the progression of #COVID19 can be tracked in real time. Available for Android and iOS – do consider downloading and using… https://t.co/eUYUAXBoeI"

“Researchers @KingsCollegeLon have launched an app to help slow the spread of #COVID19 and identify at risk cases sooner. They are asking us all to self-report symptoms daily, even if you feel well. Find out more & download here: https://t.co/TfSG524ysi”

Jacquie Beltrao on Twitter: "Researchers @KingsCollegeLon have launched an app to help slow the spread of #COVID19 and identify at risk cases sooner. They are asking us all to self-report symptoms daily, even if you feel well. Find out more & download here: https://t.co/TfSG524ysi… https://t.co/AUqp5HX9yn"

The research done by the new 'consortium'  will give us unparalleled insight into the virus The research done by the new 'consortium' will give us unparalleled insight into the virus

How Cambridge is leading the fight against COVID-19 - Cambridgeshire Live

A smartphone app that tracks symptoms of coronavirus has been launched by London scientists. Covid Symptom Tracker, a project led by King’s College London, monitors symptoms and allows anyone to self-report to help inform research.A smartphone app that tracks symptoms of coronavirus has been launched by London scientists. Covid Symptom Tracker, a project led by King’s College London, monitors symptoms and allows anyone to

App will help track areas in London at high risk from coronavirus | London Evening Standard

Samples from patients will be sequenced to help understand the spread of Covid-19.Samples from patients will be sequenced to help understand the spread of Covid-19.

£20m Covid-19 alliance led by University of Cambridge and Wellcome Sanger Institute will use genomics to fight coronavirus

UK agencies collaborate in a massive effort to map spread of COVID-19 by sequencing SARS-CoV-2 genomes from patient samples.UK agencies collaborate in a massive effort to map spread of COVID-19 by sequencing SARS-CoV-2 genomes from patient samples.

U.K. Maps COVID-19 Spread through Massive Sequencing Project

A new Covid-19 symptom logging app is here to help scientists track the coronavirus – even if you don't have symptoms.Even if you don't have symptoms

This Covid-19 tracking app lets you help scientists study the coronavirus | TechRadar

The monitoring app, free of charge, will be available to the health staff and the general public.The monitoring app, free of charge, will be available to the health staff and the general public.

UK university creates app to slow spread of coronavirus

The first app monitoring symptoms of people in Britain with suspected coronavirus suggests that one in 10 people has the virus at present.The first app monitoring symptoms of people in Britain with suspected coronavirus suggests that one in 10 people has the virus at present.

Monitoring app suggests 6.5 million people in UK may already have coronavirus

The new Covid Symptom Tracker app aims to help stop coronavirus' spread. The new Covid Symptom Tracker app aims to help stop coronavirus' spread.

UK app launched to track coronavirus and help limit its spread - Heart

The free COVID Symptom Tracker app will help experts understand the spread of the virusThe free COVID Symptom Tracker app will help experts understand the spread of the virus

Coronavirus app launches so we can all help track the spread | Metro News

A UK genome sequencing alliance has been formed to map the spread of coronavirus and virus mutations.A UK genome sequencing alliance has been formed to map the spread of coronavirus and virus mutations.

COVID-19: UK Scientists Track Genetic Code and Mutations