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More than half the US residents responding to a survey late last month said they are willing to share some health data, including a positive COVID-19 test result, with the CDC or World Health Organization, but far fewer said they would want a positive test result shared with local officials or other federal agencies. Only 21% said they would share a positive test result with apps that anonymize or aggregate data on where infected people are, and 9% would share it with apps that disclose patient names.

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