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Google Launched Its Coronavirus Website In The US & Will Soon Expand It To More Countries

 

Google has even said that in search results and Google Maps it will begin to surface reliable information about coronavirus directly.
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Letters in order's Google said on Saturday it propelled a United States-centered site with data about coronavirus direction and testing, as the nation deals with easing back the spread of the profoundly infectious infection. The move comes seven days after President Donald Trump held a public interview wherein he guaranteed Google would assemble a screening site for the coronavirus that would guide individuals to testing destinations.
 
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The site, google.com/covid19, is "centered around training, counteraction and neighborhood assets. Individuals can discover state-based data, wellbeing and avoidance tips, search patterns identified with COVID-19, and further assets for people, teachers and organizations," Google said in a blog entry.

"Propelling in the US today, in the coming days the webpage will be available in more dialects and nations and we will update the site as more assets become available. Alongside our different items and activities, we trust these assets will assist individuals with discovering answers to the inquiries they're posing and get the assistance they need," the organization included.

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The hunt mammoth likewise said that it will start surfacing dependable data about the coronavirus legitimately in indexed lists and Google Maps.

The loss of life from the new coronavirus has outperformed 5,000 in Europe, the new focal point of the pandemic, with Italy, Spain and Germany detailing a lofty ascent in contaminations, as overall fatalities flooded past 11,000 on Saturday.

An expected 2,35,000 individuals have been tainted by the coronavirus comprehensively and near 10,000 have been affirmed dead, as indicated by the World Health Organization.
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