22 May Smittestopp
Smittestopp is an app from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (“”Folkehelsesinstituttet (FHI)”” in Norwegian). The app is intended to help prevent coronavirus from spreading among the population and is completely voluntary and safe to use. You must be 16 or older to use the app.
The use of Smittestopp is voluntary, and the app is one of many measures to limit the spread of coronavirus in Norway.
You will receive a message if you have been nearby someone who has coronavirus. If you become infected, you can inform other app users. This way we can all take better care of those we surround us with.
You cannot see who or how many people you have been in proximity to, and they cannot see you. If you share that you have been infected, other users cannot see your identity. The app does not register data about your location.
Lene LundbergPosted at 12:07h, 07 January
This is Norway’s new Covid-19 contact tracing app: https://www.fhi.no/nyheter/2020/ny-smittestopp-app-klar-for-nedlasting/
mHealth Hub TeamPosted at 11:58h, 26 January
Thak you for your comment, Lene. It’s updated now.