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Immuni is the official exposure notification app of the Italian government, developed by the Extraordinary Commissioner for the COVID-19 Emergency, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and the Ministry for Innovation Technology and Digitalization. The app is developed and released in full compliance with the protection of the user's personal data and with current legislation, including the law-decree of April 30, 2020, n. 28.

In the fight against the COVID-19 epidemic, the app aims to notify users at risk of carrying the virus as early as possible—even when they are asymptomatic. These users can then self-isolate to avoid infecting others, minimising the spread of the virus and speeding up the return to normal life for the majority of the population. By being alerted early, these users can also contact their general practitioner promptly and lower the risk of serious consequences.

The system is based on Bluetooth Low Energy technology, which is designed to be especially energy-efficient, and it doesn’t collect any geolocation data, including GPS data. The app does not (and cannot) collect any data that would identify the user, such as their name, date of birth, address, telephone number, or email address. Therefore, Immuni is able to determine that contact has taken place between two users without knowing who those users are and where the contact occurred.

Here is a list of some of the measures by which Immuni protects the user’s privacy:
• The minimum amount of data is collected—only data which is strictly necessary to support and improve the exposure notification system.
• The Bluetooth Low Energy code transmitted by the app is generated randomly and does not contain any information about the user's smartphone, let alone the user. In addition, this code changes several times every hour, protecting user privacy even more.
• The data saved on the smartphone is encrypted.
• The connections between the app and the server are encrypted.
• All data, whether stored on the device or on the server, is deleted when no longer relevant, and certainly no later than December 31, 2020.
• The Ministry of Health is the body that collects the data and decides for which purposes to use it. The data is used solely with the aim of containing the COVID-19 epidemic or for scientific research.
• The data is stored on servers in Italy and managed by public bodies.

Immuni does not and cannot diagnose. Based on the user’s history of exposure to potentially contagious users, it makes recommendations about what to do next. However, the app is not a medical device and is certainly not a substitute for a doctor.

Immuni is a valuable tool in the fight against this horrendous epidemic, and every single user increases its overall effectiveness. It is strongly recommended to install the app, use it correctly, and encourage friends and loved ones to do likewise. However, nobody is compelled to use it. It is entirely the individual’s choice.

What’s New

Version 2.5.5

- Minor fix

Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
77 Ratings

77 Ratings

inarts ,

Beautiful interface, Requires latest OS

Elegant graphics. Simple and intuitive. Unfortunately requires one to have a newer device capable of running the latest OS. IPhones that are no longer supported to run OS 13, will not be able to run this is app either. Every iPhone model older than the 6 is no longer supported, which means that iPhone 5c, 5S, 5,4s, 4, 3GS,3G, and, of course, the original 2007 iPhone.

Caution47 ,

What to do

I’m in Coral Springs FLORIDA. Broward County. Nobody is is doing this at all. And Miami , Broward, and Boca are the worst. No masks. People don’t even wash up. Or sanatizer is now junk. The masks have become fashion. There ridiculous. How can I find out where to shop for clothes and food. Even cologne and socks and shoes. I never leave my apartment anymore. I’m 55 and I can’t go walking anywhere anymore. After I caught this, my heart is weak. So is my breathing. I need to get those shots. Whatever it is they do. Does anywhere come to my home?

Nathan Smith ,

Doesn’t work in Pisa

I’m an American living in Pisa Italy. I was actually surprised to find this on the American Apple store in English, which I must say is nice, even though I’m fluent in Italian. So I activate the app and go to a busy grocery store and a very large hardware store and when I get home it shows that I haven’t interacted with anybody. Twice it has told me that it’s not active in my region but then when I go to turn it off and tells me that I really should turn it on to be notified if I’m near someone with COVID-19. Kind of a waste if the application doesn’t work in Italy where you live!

App Privacy

The developer, Ministero della Salute, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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