Visitors who used the government’s coronavirus risk-exposure app in stores at a Hong Kong shopping centre hit by a growing outbreak have been notified they need to be tested as soon as possible, the IT minister has said, while the city was expecting to record fewer than 10 new infections.But the app in question serves as more of an “electronic logbook” for users than a true contact-tracing device, one health expert has argued, urging the government to create a version that will automatically…



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