Unfortunately, the coronavirus can still survive and be healthy, which means that tracking apps are still needed. Fortunately, there is an issue with apps developed using Google’s Android exposure notification system, which has been resolved in multiple countries, so COVID-19 tracking can now work on Android devices again.

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9 tracking apps are vital to most people’s lives, causing Google to issue a statement when there was a loading notification issue sometime yesterday. This issue is attributed to the fact that the app cannot download the diagnostic key from the server and it affects all apps built with the Android Exposure Notifications System, including the NHS COVID-19 app used in England and Wales and the CoronaMelder app in this app Program Dutch. Some people have found that restarting the phone or entering and exiting airplane mode will clear the notification, but such prominent applications obviously need a legal fix.

Fortunately, Google was able to collect fixes very quickly. A Google spokesperson told Engadget, “It may take several hours for the device to catch up. In some cases, we will work directly with the developer to help with the recovery. The problem did not cause any data loss or potential risks.” The problem still exists. At times, the app will still collect contact tracking keys and track exposure, so the issue should not directly affect anyone’s health.