Coronavirus-related search results
When someone searches for coronavirus on Google, they will first see a special section that holds consolidated information. This includes official content about symptoms, prevention, treatment and more.
When users search for medical facilities such as hospitals, doctors, or testing centers, Google India includes guidance from the Ministry of Health on how to reach the central and state COVID-19 assistance channels that are equipped to help with the next steps.
Coronavirus YouTube News Rack
On the YouTube video streaming platform, Google has launched Coronavirus News Shelf on the homepage to provide the latest news from official media outlets. Apart from that, all search results and videos released to Covid-19 on YouTube include panels linked to the MoHFW website and the WHO global website.
In addition, the company records videos that have been reported to be active. These videos can be anything from preventing people from seeking treatment or encouraging the use of unsubstantiated solutions.
Covid-19 Indian website
There is a special website that was first created by Google for the US and is now airing in India as well as all important data related to this global pandemic. In India, this website is available in English, Hindi and Marathi for smartphones, and in English and Hindi through Google Assistant for KaiOS feature phones and soon to be launched in other Indian languages as well.
Food and night shelter on Google Maps
The Google Maps application shows locations of food and night shelters that have been prepared by governments throughout the country. According to Google, the data covers more than 33 cities with more than 1,500 food and night shelters. This is supported in English and Hindi and more language support is added soon. The same can also be accessed through Google Assistant on KaiOS in Hindi and English.
Nearby Places on Google Pay
In its digital payment application Google Pay, the company has launched a new section that will show local shops that provide essential goods such as groceries, which are currently open. Nearby Spot has been launched in Bengaluru and will soon be launched in Hyderabad, Chennai, Mumbai, Pune and Delhi. There is also COVID-19 Spot on the Google Pay application which not only displays information directly from MoHFW, but also helps users contribute.
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