Factbox: Adoption of U.S. exposure notification apps by state

OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) - U.S. states and territories since August have been launching exposure notification apps to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus. Here is a look at estimated downloads or users, according to health authorities or their software development partners.

The CA COVID Notify mobile app, an exposure notification app launched by California officials for tracing during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, is seen on an Android phone in a photo illustration in Oakland, California, U.S. November 18, 2020. Picture taken November 18, 2020. REUTERS/Paresh Dave

Alabama - 150,000 downloads

Connecticut - 500 users

Colorado - 1,000,000 users

Delaware - 69,000 users

Guam 23,000 downloads

Maryland - 955,000 users

Michigan - 288,718 downloads

Nevada - 95,000 downloads

New Jersey - 373,000 users

New York - 1,000,000 downloads

North Carolina - 392,800 downloads

North Dakota - 14,000 users

Pennsylvania - 522,000 users

Virginia - 792,255 downloads

Washington, DC - 372,000 users

Wyoming - 6,000 users

In addition, Arizona, California, Oregon and Washington are running pilot programs with tens of thousands of users combined.

Reporting by Paresh Dave; Editing by David Gregorio