I don't think that this can be uninstalled .
It can be force stopped in Settings _ Apps _ Digital Wellbeing.
These are guides that may help too that explains how to disable it.
I hope the above helps.
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@Nickname1314: As pointed out above, Digital Wellbeing is an embedded feature, and cannot be uninstalled. If you're concerned about the data it collects, then please head to Settings > Digital Wellbeing and Parental Control > Tap the 3 dots in the top right > Settings > Deny Access To Usage Data > Settings > Allow Usage Tracking, and toggle the switch off.