1. On a call accompanying the announcement, representatives from each company pledged for the first time to disable the service after the outbreak had been sufficiently contained.
2. Such a decision would have to be made on a region-by-region basis, and it’s unclear how public health authorities would reach such a determination.
3. The two companies released a FAQ doc (
Given that such contact tracing apps are a huge privacy concern, do you think Indian govt will follow Google/Apple path and remove Arogya Setu app, once the pandemic is under control?