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EU Overcomes Exposure Notification Hurdle, Launches Interoperability Service

November 17, 2020 By Gar Mac Críosta and Paolo de Rosa

Building applications that alert people in Europe who have been exposed to others with COVID-19 will now be easier thanks to a recent development by a group of EU countries, led by…

We mourn the passing of Dan Kohn

November 1, 2020 By Jenny Wanger

Nov. 30 Update: The scholarship fund for Dan’s children is now available and we are also collecting donations to Wildlife SOS in his memory. You can learn more about both of these…

Digital Contact Tracing and Alerting vs Exposure Notification

October 9, 2020 By Harper Reed

This article was originally published by Harper Reed on April 22, 2020 on his blog. We republish it here because LFPH continues to get inquiries about the difference in terminology and language…

Open Source Makes Exposure Notification Apps Cost-Effective, Easier to Deploy

October 6, 2020 By Jenny Wanger

Momentum is building for COVID-19 exposure notification as health authorities realize the benefits of having technology that’s easy and inexpensive to deploy. On October 1st, New York and New Jersey both launched…

COVID-19 Exposure Notification Express vs. Custom App: Which to Choose?

September 29, 2020 By Jenny Wanger

Apple and Google recently announced EN Express (ENX), a way for Public Health Authorities (PHAs) to launch a lightweight Exposure Notification capability to battle COVID-19.

Demystifying the 60% in Exposure Notification

August 21, 2020 By Jenny Wanger

Updated Sept. 4, 2020 As we start to see exposure notification apps rolling out around the world, we’ve been frequently getting questions about what level of adoption communities need to have the…

Tech leaders and health authorities from around the globe collaborate to combat COVID-19

July 20, 2020

Linux Foundation Public Health launches with open source exposure notification apps being deployed in Ireland, Canada, and multiple U.S. states.

Join with us at Linux Foundation Public Health

July 20, 2020 By Dan Kohn

Along with war, famine, and death, pestilence is one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, a representation of the pervasive fears of our ancestors in antiquity. In the midst of the…

LFPH GAEN Symposium brings technologists together

July 20, 2020 By Jenny Wanger

LF Public Health was excited to host our first event, a half-day symposium dedicated to discussing some of the hard problems around implementing Google and Apple’s Exposure Notification (GAEN) apps. We gathered…