Google News will keep you informed about COVID-19. COVID-19 and SARS-CoV-2, these terms are on almost everyone’s lips. No wonder the web is full of information about the disease. It is increasingly common to see how authorities, agencies, media offer information about the latest detailed data.
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One of the options is Google News, a tool available in a good part of the world but absent from specific countries. Now, Google is providing access to information related to COVID-19 through News, this data can be accessed from the app, but also from Chrome, if you do not have access to the application.
Google News will keep you informed about COVID-19. Google has implemented a new section in Google News offering access to a map of COVID-19 cases around the world. A complete statistic where you can know the total number of cases, recoveries, deaths, etc.
We have access to all data and statistics by country on a map and at the same time, we can authorize the location to show the cases in our community and our country. Once you install the app, just click on the banner “COVID-19 News: Follow the most updated coverage on the coronavirus (COVID-19)” at the top and then go down to the new section called “Map and statistics.”
Then, simply click on “Explore the latest data by location” at the bottom of the “Maps and Statistics” section to access the COVID-19 case map.
Google News will keep you informed about COVID-19. These statistics are also accessible from a web browser from anywhere in the world if we follow a few steps almost traced to those shown by the application.
- Search Google News in Chrome or simply click on this link.
- Click on “COVID-19 News: Follow the latest coverage on the coronavirus (COVID-19)”
- Access to the new page and you must click on the COVID-19 cases map.
- At this point, you can access statistics about number of cases, recoveries, deaths, etc.