Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Apple and Google are working together to support coronavirus contact tracing apps. What are the apps and what will they mean to you?On April 10, Apple and Google jointly announced a partnership using proximity-tracking Bluetooth technology to help governments and health agencies reduce the spread of the virus through contact tracing.Contact tracing, also called Exposure Notification, is a way to identify those who have come into contact with an infected person.COVID-19 HACKERS TARGETING MEDICAL PROVIDERS, FBI SAYSAs of this week, Apple and Google are delivering the code to the developers who will build the apps.The companies said that there will be two phases. Phase 1 will be the rollout of code to developers. Phase 2, coming later, will implement the technology “at the operating system level to help ensure broad adoption,” Google said.Here are some questions and answers on how the apps will work and where you can download them.Q: How will it work?A: The apps will use Bluetooth to ping nearby devices to determine if the user has come into contact with an infected person.If a user decides to report a positive diagnosis of COVID-19 to

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