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BubblersApp is a support app for people who bubble – a peer-based, personal contact management, exposure notification, and guideline dashboard app.
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How the pandemic might play out in 2021 and beyond
Nobody knows quite how the Covid-19 pandemic is going to play out. But experts agree on one thing: There won’t be a back to normal anytime soon. In the Nature article below, many experts explain their projections for the pandemic in 2021 -...
Published on August 25, 2020 by Lena Pagel
BubblersApp Blog Post #1: Introducing BubblersApp
Over the last few weeks we have shared some of the benefits of BubblersApp, but if you want to learn more about how we are incorporating our principles of autonomy, privacy, decentralisation, freedom, security, and empowerm...
Published on August 6, 2020 by Lena Pagel
BubblersApp Benefits #09-#12
Over the last few weeks we've been sharing some of BubblersApp's benefits on our social media channels and we want to share them with you, too.BubblersApp gives you the latest regulations and recommendations right on your phone. You can sen...
Published on August 5, 2020 by Lena Pagel
BubblersApp is a peer-based, personal contact management, exposure notification, and guideline dashboard app.
BubblersApp will enable people to manually track who they interact with and provide: a dashboard view of local, regional and national guidelines, highlighting recent changes; suggestions enabling informed, personal decisions about who and how they interact with; and the ability to notify members of their bubble of potential symptoms.
We are currently raising funds to first produce a prototype and run a feasibility study.
BubblersApp is brought to you by the ethical incubator, World Peace Now, developed with technology by Kendraio and supported by Imperial College London and the University of Reading.