A: Look at the title.
A: Scraped from the app.
Q: What am I looking at?
A: The app generates a new random Temporary Exposure Keys (
TEK) daily. From this TEK it is possible to generate a new Rolling Proximity Identifier every 10 minute that is broadcasted using Bluetooth. If a user tests positive for Covid-19, it is possible to upload your last 14 TEKs.
Tell me moreThe graph below show each of the TEKs that
Smitte|Stopdownloads and compare against. After 14 days a TEK will expire and the graph will decrease.
A: Raw data, last updated: 2020-10-01 02:27:09, updates every 30 min.
Disclaimer: Everything on this page is stuff I've done in my free time. Nothing is guaranteed and I might break the script once in a while, which will make the graph look weird/wrong (e.g. between 07/01 and 07/05).
- [22 July] TEKs expires after 14 days in the graph. New raw files structure. Added a
- [28 July] FIX: TEKs are now added based on their
rolling_start_interval_number(before the graph was showing events in a even interval between
end_timestamp, so old keys would count from the day they were uploaded and not the day they were from.
- [26 Aug] Added data from SSI. Note: data from SSI is "# people" and SmitteStop data is "# exposure keys", so up to 14 keys per person.