Google debuted an Educational Website on the Coronavirus outbreak in the United States, which aims at providing Right information on Education, Prevention and Local Resources. Basically this website is designed to highlight information from “Authoritative” sources at the front of the pandemic response, like Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization, to gather information on data visualization, safety and prevention, relief efforts, and resources for affected individuals and businesses.
Recently, President Donald Trump held a press conference wherein he claimed Google would make a screening website for the Coronavirus that would direct people to testing sites.
The website and potentially more importantly, Google will start providing more enhanced information cards for people who search for terms related to the Coronavirus. There will be information tabs for the symptoms, prevention, global statics, and locally relevant information.
In addition to the website, there’s also an update for Google Search and Google announced It’soffering enhanced search results through information cards. Google’s site launched Saturday in the U.S and the website should arrive in other countries and languages within the next few days. the website has videos in ASL a global map showing confirmed cases by country and plenty of information about Google’s other relief efforts and plus some feel-good Youtube videos.
Lots of Big Technology companies are making efforts to provide coronavirus related support, but none of them are able to solve some of the huge problems in the pandemic access to testing and the impending crisis in our healthcare infrastructure. But a spokesperson says that the company won’t do so until there’s authoritative and trustworthy information on those sites.
Google also announced Friday It will no longer hold its annual developer conference this year. The state of coronavirus in the United States has drastically changed in the past week. There are more than 19,300 cases in the United States and at least 250 people have died. And coronavirus becomes a challenge in more communities and as authorities around the world develop new guidance and tools to address the pandemic and We all continue to find more opportunities to connect people with hey Information to keep themselves, their families and their communities safe.