bc(1)I get this for various output bases:
echo "obase=16; ibase=2; 00110010" | bc 32
echo "obase=10; ibase=2; 00110010" | bc 50
echo "obase=08; ibase=2; 00110010" | bc 62
for i in $(urldecode $(base64 --decode ~/Downloads/Beginner\ 10.txt | sed -e 's/^/%/' -e 's/ /%/g') | sed -e '-----/0/g' -e 's/.----/1/g' -e 's/ //g'); do printf "\x"$(echo "obase=16; ibase=2; $i" | bc) ; done 26 5 26 9 25 22 26 25 26 9
is the exact same output as from CyberChef, which proves that is in fact what it's doing. Unfortunately I don't know what these strings of numbers mean.
The people behind Covid Watch (https://www.covid-watch.org/about) are looking for help on Java development and/or help with containerizing their backend server:
There's probably a lot more to do on that project, too, it seems cool!
"Reduce the spread of COVID-19 without increasing the spread of surveillance.
Covid Watch aims to empower people to protect their communities from COVID-19 without sacrificing their personal privacy."