A Department of Health spokesperson told iTWire in response to queries that no statistics would be released by the Federal Government.
When the pandemic was declared over in the country, users of the app would be prompted to delete the app from their smartphones.
"The Commonwealth is not involved in the utilisation of the data," the spokesperson added.
Deleting the app from a smartphone would also delete all app information. And when the pandemic was over, the central server that was storing the data would also be cleaned out.
"The information in the highly secure information storage system will also be destroyed at the end of the pandemic," was how the spokesperson put it.
The app has been downloaded and registered on 6.05 million devices.
"The strict privacy legislation, which restricts access to data from the COVIDSafe app to health authorities in the states and territories for the sole purpose of COVID-19 contact tracing, means information about current users is not available to the Commonwealth Government," the spokesperson added.
"Accessing or providing data from COVIDSafe for any purpose except for COVID-19 contact tracing is an offence."