Alphabet Inc’s Google stated on Saturday it released a United States- focused website with details about coronavirus assistance and screening, as the nation deals with slowing the spread of the extremely infectious infection.
The website (google.com/covid19), which includes links and resources concentrated on the possibly lethal breathing illness COVID-19, will be offered in more languages and countries in the coming days, Google stated in a blog post bit.ly/2wq4f27
Google President Sundar Pichai stated in a blog post last Sunday that the search giant was partnering with the U.S. federal government to develop a website by March 16.
Nevertheless, the launch was postponed as national and regional assistance altered substantially from Sunday to Monday, and the business had stated it would present the website later on in the week.
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