1. Google's coronavirus search hub makes COVID-19 info easier to find  Engadget
  2. Google launches COVID-19 page and search portal with safety tips, official stats and more, US-only for now  TechCrunch
  3. Google launches coronavirus website in the United States  Eyewitness News
  4. Google finally launches its coronavirus website  Neowin
  5. Google launches ‘COVID-19 Information & Resources’ website  9to5Google
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Google's coronavirus search hub makes COVID-19 info easier to find | Engadget

Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai said in a blog post last Sunday that the search giant was partnering with the US government to create a website by 16 March.Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai said in a blog post last Sunday that the search giant was partnering with the US government to create a website by 16 March.

Google launches coronavirus website in the United States

The website, at google.com/covid19, does have useful resources, including a card that mimics what you see above. Google’s post announcing the site says that you will be able to find "state-based information, safety and prevention tips, search trends related to COVID-19, and further resources for individuals, educators and businesses."After lots of complicated drama, a simple website

Google’s coronavirus website finally launches alongside enhanced search results - The Verge

Google says coronavirus has become its biggest search topic by a country mile this year, and to continue its efforts to harness that attention in the best possible way, late on Friday the company launched a new information portal dedicated to the pandemic as well as an improved search experience for desktop and mobile. The […]Google says coronavirus has become its biggest search topic by a country mile this year, and to continue its efforts to harness that attention in the best possible way, late on Friday the company launched a new information portal dedicated to the pandemic as well as an improved search experience for desktop and mobile. The […]

Google launches COVID-19 page and search portal with safety tips, official stats and more, US-only for now – TechCrunch

If one of the most powerful tech companies can’t call out the president’s dishonesty, who can?If one of the most powerful tech companies can’t call out the president’s dishonesty, who can?

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Dieter Bohn on Twitter: "Google’s coronavirus website has finally launched. As you should have expected from the get-go, it’s mostly a collection of information Google considers trustworthy, not an actual solution to the lack of available testing. https://t.co/h30GEOhkhP… https://t.co/TxgCRddOuh"

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DALLAS (NEXSTAR) — The Google website President Donald Trump said would be a screening site for the coronavirus has launched — and it’s not exactly what the president touted. The website google.com/covid19 features various resources including, “state-based information, safety and prevention tips, search trends related to COVID-19, and further resources for individuals, educators and businesses.” […]DALLAS (NEXSTAR) — The Google website President Donald Trump said would be a screening site for the coronavirus has launched — and it’s not exactly what the president touted. The …

Google launches highly-anticipated COVID-19 website | WVNS

According to Google, COVID-19 is currently the most-searched topic around the world, surpassing some of the most common and consistent queries people search on a daily basis.According to Google, COVID-19 is currently the most-searched topic around the world, surpassing some of the most common and consistent queries people search on a daily basis.

Google launches highly anticipated coronavirus website

The search giant has launched a coronavirus website in the U.S. which focuses on education, prevention, and local resources. In the coming days, it will be available in more languages and countries.The search giant has launched a coronavirus website in the U.S. which focuses on education, prevention, and local resources. In the coming days, it will be available in more languages and countries.

Google finally launches its coronavirus website - Neowin

After much confusion and a brief delay, Google late on Friday launched its COVID-19 Information & Resources website. This dedicated experience...After much confusion and a brief delay, Google late on Friday launched its COVID-19 Information & Resources website. This dedicated experience...

Google launches 'COVID-19 Information & Resources' site - 9to5Google

Google has added an important reminder to its Swiss Army app, Google Maps. The reminder is aimed at those who are concerned that they have contracted coronavirus.Google has added an important reminder to its Swiss Army app, Google Maps. The reminder is aimed at those who are concerned that they have contracted coronavirus.

New Google Maps feature is designed for those who fear that they have been infected - PhoneArena

Google puts up an official resource center for all things coronavirus, and is adding details to search results too.Everything you need to know about COVID-19

Google launches a coronavirus info hub to keep you up to date | TechRadar

Google chief executive Sundar Pichai said in a blog post last week that the search giant was partnering with the US government to help combat the coronavirusGoogle chief executive Sundar Pichai said in a blog post last week that the search giant was partnering with the US government to help combat the coronavirus

For now, the website is limited to testing only in the San Francisco Bay Area.For now, the website is limited to testing only in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Google sibling Verily: Coronavirus website has led to over 130 tests so far - CNET

Google said it would highlight information from "authoritative" sources on data visualization, safety and prevention, and relief efforts.Google said it would highlight information from "authoritative" sources on data visualization, safety and prevention, and relief efforts.

Google launched a coronavirus website in the United States - Business Insider

As governments and scientific establishments are trying to find relief with regard to the current coronavirus pandemic, it has been reported that researchers at Oak...As governments and scientific establishments are trying to find relief with regard to the current coronavirus pandemic, it has been reported that researchers at Oak...

Google Rolls Out Coronavirus Pandemic-Related Website - Sputnik International

Last Friday, President Trump, together with Vice President Pence and White House coronavirus task force coordinator Deborah Brix, announced that we would soon see a new website go up that would be at the core of the government’s testing strategy. This website, which was supposedly being built by 1,700 Google engineers, was meant to help […]Last Friday, President Trump, together with Vice President Pence and White House coronavirus task force coordinator Deborah Brix, announced that we would soon see a new website go up that would be at the core of the government’s testing strategy. This website, which was supposedly being built by 1,700 Google engineers, was meant to help […]

A week later, Trump’s national coronavirus screening website is still nowhere to be found – TechCrunch