Search Engine giant Google on Thursday announced to roll out a new feature in Google Map that will help finding COVID-19 vaccination centers location on map. Company is going to roll out COVID-19 vaccination centers locations on Google Maps in the worst affected counties including US, Canada, France, Chile, India and Singapore.
This update will definitely help the people in these countries to find nearest Covid-19 vaccination centers while searching for such locations. Finding the correct location and driving there with the help of Google Map will help people in reaching Covid-19 vaccination centers will become much easier with the Google Map.
After the roll out people will be able to find the Covid-10 vaccination centers on the Map and they can use the Map for navigation to the vaccination centers.
Google also announced to 250,000 COVID-19 vaccinations to countries in need, which will help countries in vaccination people against deadly Coronavirus.
In India Government is stressing on the fast vaccination and there are thousands of vaccination centers across the country. During the pandemic Google Map will help the people in finding the nearest Covid-19 vaccination centers.
Google will roll out this feature in their Google Map and Web search in Covid-19 affected countries including US, Canada, France, Chile, India and Singapore.
Karen DeSalvo, MD, M.P.H., Chief Health Officer, Google Health in an official blog post said “As more people have access to the COVID-19 vaccine, we’re making it easier to learn why, when and where you can get immunised.”
“Overcoming the pandemic will require a coordinated effort on a global scale. To do our part, today we're announcing that we're providing 250,000 COVID-19 vaccinations to countries in need, helping fund pop-up vaccine sites in the U.S., and committing an additional $250 million in Ad Grants to connect people to accurate vaccine information. Today, Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance, launched a drive for additional funding to secure vaccines for low and middle-income countries. Google.org is funding vaccinations for 250,000 people and providing Gavi with pro bono technical assistance to accelerate global distribution. We’re also kicking off an employee giving campaign, and both the Gavi Matching Fund and Google.org will match each donation to triple the impact,” DeSalvo further added.
This service will help people in finding the nearest Covid-19 vaccination centers in their area and drive with there with the help of Google Map’s direction.
Google is also launching a service called virtual agent which is a part of its Intelligent Vaccine Impact solution (IVIs), which is a Cloud based service and this service will make sure the limited internet access to get the vaccine. This service will help people to book vaccine appointments and ask questions from its virtual agent. This service will be available in 28 languages and supports voice, chat, and text messages.