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Ouch. That's similar to Ontario, Canada but our population is more than double that of Scotland. And we think our numbers are getting bad. We'd probably be rolling back to "stage 2" or something if the per capita got that high here.
If it is based on the Apple-Google codebase, as the one in Canada is, yes. It uses Bluetooth to determine who you have been close to by recording the Bluetooth ID of phones that it detects.With the tracking app do you need bluetooth on for the app to receive notifications?
You need Bluetooth on in order for the tracking part of the app to work so it knows which other app users you've been in contact with and for how long etc. To receive a notification that contact has tested positive, that won't rely on Bluetooth but wifi/mobile network.With the tracking app do you need bluetooth on for the app to receive notifications?
Years ago, my wife taught at Dal but moved back to Ontario just after our wedding since I was having trouble getting work down there. Now I wonder if I should have tried harder. Seems like the place to be in Canada right now.Good day all. Seems like the maritime provinces are now considered one of the safest areas in the world to live, thanks to our four-province bubble.
They are taking precautionary measures to try and prevent another nationwide lockdown but I have to agree with you that some of the rules don't make much sense. I think another lockdown is, unfortunately, inevitable.Local lockdown coming into force again at midnight tonight.
Basically, a curfew. Apparently, you can't meet up with people from a different household yet you can still go to the pub until 10pm? I understand the need to keep the economy moving but does the government think that the virus only comes out into pubs after 10pm?