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Also, since the virus can survive on contaminated surfaces for several hours, the intersection of smartphone trajectories will need to be computed not only in space but also over large temporal windows. For this, proximity sensing will be ineffective.
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scholarly article published in May 2020
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Apps for COVID: to do or not to do
scholarly article published in May 2020

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    Also, since the virus can survive on contaminated surfaces for several hours, the intersection of smartphone trajectories will need to be computed not only in space but also over large temporal windows. For this, proximity sensing will be ineffective.
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