More than 4 million people have downloaded the COVIDSafe app | ABC News

More than 4 million people have downloaded the COVIDSafe app, but the system granting health authorities access to the information it collects is not yet operational.

In a press conference today, Deputy Chief Medical Officer Michael Kidd added that Australians need to stick to physical-distancing rules this Mother’s Day — and that means you can’t hug mum unless she’s a member of your “immediate household”.

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