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UPDATE 1-Adoption of U.S. exposure notification apps by state

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OAKLAND, Calif., Nov 19 (Reuters) - U.S. states and territories since August have been launching exposure notification apps to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus. Here is a look at estimated downloads or users, according to health authorities or their software development partners.

Alabama - 150,000 downloads Connecticut - 500 users Colorado - 1,000,000 users Delaware - 69,000 users Guam 23,000 downloads Maryland - 955,000 users Michigan - 288,718 downloads Nevada - 95,000 downloads New Jersey - 373,000 users New York - 1,000,000 downloads North Carolina - 392,800 downloads North Dakota - 14,000 users Pennsylvania - 522,000 users Virginia - 792,255 downloads Washington, DC - 372,000 users Wyoming - 6,000 users In addition, Arizona, California, Oregon and Washington are running pilot programs with tens of thousands of users combined. (Reporting by Paresh Dave; Editing by David Gregorio)

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