The COVIDSafe app detects a new outbreak in Melbourne’s cedar soil in April last year

The government says its high-tech contact trace app, COVIDSafe, is helping to stem the spread of the virus in Melbourne, with the identification of a possible outbreak at the Massworks Facility Center thirteen months ago in the west of the city.

Officials say early identification helps prevent further spread of the virus in the community.

A government spokesman said: “We are in the process of contacting everyone who works at the facility, let alone leave until at least May 2020.” A government spokesman said.

He said that – the million dollar application has allowed them to solve the problem in the bud. “Both people identified the app as negative. Thanks to COVIDSafe, we don’t expect there to be any cases related to cedar meat.

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