Google Launches COVID-19 Resources Website in the U.S


Google CEO Sundar Pichai said last Sunday in a blog post that the search engine giant was working with the U.S. government to build a website by March 16.

Coronavirus spread all over the world, infecting more than 250,000 people and killing more than 10,000. Trump said on March 13 Google had nearly 1700 engineers working on a website. No one at the time was sure what exactly he was thinking about. Google’s alphabet healthcare project has released a triage website that provides a small range of Silicon Valley virus tests. Yet Google has created its own website itself, which is launched Friday.

Google launched a Website dedicated to Covid-19 details. On Friday, the website went live on the internet. Which offers Coronavirus preparation, prevention, and services.

Google says Coronavirus has become its biggest search subject this year by a country mile, and to continue its efforts to leverage that interest in the best way possible, late Friday the company unveiled a new pandemic intelligence hub as well as an enhanced desktop and mobile search experience. The search interface, says Google, was modified in response to “expanding people’s knowledge needs,” while the new information platform also offers the simplest, most useful information, with plenty of links and on-site opportunities for further exploration.

This new format organizes the search results page to help people access information and resources easily, and will also allow more information to be added as it becomes accessible over time.

At the top of the page is an information box from the World Health Organization explaining virus signs, diagnosis, and prevention tips. Google also provides ties to the US state health departments. The website will be launched in the United States and will be available in more languages and countries in the days ahead.

The business connected to many of its own resources under the resource tab on the left of Google’s website. A teacher segment on how to instruct students from client offers mentioned at homes, such as Google Classroom, Google Docs, and Google Hangouts.

Google’s website also contains links to some YouTube videos, which the spokesperson said would be curating from outlets. Google has produced search pages designed to bring people searching for information about Covid-19 online. Alongside these tests, the organization does not screen any advertising. A carousel of virus-related Twitter messages will also be coming from vetted outlets.