All you have to do is opt in, and you’ll get an “anonymous alert” anytime you come into close contact with someone who has COVID-19.
From the state of Colorado’s website,
“If you have enabled Exposure Notifications on your phone, whenever you are within six feet of someone for at least 10 minutes, both phones will exchange secure, anonymous tokens. If you test positive for COVID-19, you have the ability to upload your results and “share” these tokens, which will send a push notification to anyone that you have exchanged tokens with notifying them of possible exposure.
“Tokens contain no personal information or location data and everything is completely anonymous.”
“Some people have COVID-19 but are asymptomatic, meaning they don’t have any symptoms, but can still spread the virus. When many people have enabled Exposure Notifications on their phones, it helps protect the entire community because people who are asymptomatic will know they should get tested, learn they are positive for COVID-19, and quarantine until they are no longer infectious.”
So, no information is to be exchanged. This claim comes from the same people who bring you masks and the idea that liquor stores are more essential than churches.
Sign us up! Because what we all need is more government involvement in our personal lives. Clearly we should be sharing our locations with the same people who won’t tell us how many hospital beds are true COVID-19 patients. This all sounds really representative of the way Coloradoans and Americans want to live.
State of Colorado’s Exposure Notifications
What if hackers obtained the data? How does anyone really know it’s truly safe? Where is it stored? Who can see it? Don’t share your location with anyone but friends and family. That’s just dangerous.
This highly sophisticated token matrix was all created for no other reason but to keep you safe from the virus that they also say that you may not know you have.