What data do we store about you and why?
We store gender to be able to say something about the distribution between men and women with symptoms.
We store age groups to distinguish which age groups experience symptoms.
To give the public insight into how many people show symptoms in the area where they live, we store postcodes. In this way we can show overview of the number of people with specific symptoms in different areas.
We also save whether you have been tested and what the results of this test are. With this information we can calculate the percentage of the participants who show symptoms. We display this on a map.
The symptoms you submit indicate whether you may be infected with the Covid-19 virus. The timing of the onset of symptoms also gives an indication of how long you've been contagious. We collect this data and visualize it anonymously. In this way, the public can gain insight into how big the figures can be.
All stored data is anonymized and we do not store any personal data that can be deleted.
Share data with National Health Service
If desired, we provide anonymous data to the NHS.
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