The company said that its new facility will be available in eight Indian languages along with English. This includes Hindi, Bangla, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Marathi and Gujarati. Currently, Google has added information on more than 700 Kovid-19 test centers in its search, assistant and map in more than 300 cities of the country.
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Let’s know how you can find COVID-19 Testing Center through Google Search, Assistant and Map. >> First search for keywords related to COVID-19 like ‘coronavirus testing’ on Google search or Google Assistant.
>> Now on the page, you will see the ‘Testing tab’ result.
Under the >> testing tab, you will see a nearby testing lab, where you can find information by tapping on each one.
>> ‘testing lab’ also contains the necessary information and guidance before using the COVID-19 Testing Center service.
>> In the result page, ‘Health info’, ‘News’, ‘Statistics’ and many other information are also available.
Search changed due to corona virus
Google’s recent search trend has revealed the mood of the people. After being in the discussion among people for several weeks, now it seems that the desire to know about the corona virus is decreasing throughout the country. In May, there has been a decrease in search of information related to the corona virus in Google and people are concentrating on the film, music and weather information back. In May, most people searched for ‘Lockdown 4.0’ on Google. After this, ‘Eid Mubarak’ was at the second place.
Search about ‘corona virus’ slipped to 12th place, while searches related to film, news, weather and the meaning of words have been seen above it. The great thing is that these subjects are searched more in India even in ordinary days. According to Google search trends, searches related to Kovid-19 remained almost half in May as compared to April. However, cases of corona virus are increasing continuously across the country.