SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Google’s sister company, Surely, a website will be launched at the end of it on Sunday, and invites adults in northern California to answer questions about their recent health and travel, which would result in a free of charge corona virus test.
FILE PHOTO: The logo of Google is seen in Davos, Switzerland, January 20, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
The US President, when He had thanked him, Google is on the Friday prior to the development of a web site, which he said would help people to determine whether or not they had to be a corona virus test.
Surely, a health care technology company, which is owned by the roman Alphabet, Inc., said that it has worked with a number of staff members to other is checked, a unit of Google, is the development of a new web site, right here
As the website states, ” Verily, it is in the works, “the California governor’ s office, high-risk individuals to the newly-launched test centers in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties, and sometimes to call the user directly to the testing dates.
People who have symptoms of a flu-like virus referred to medical care, in lieu of a test by means of the terms and the system, according to the company.
Verily, did not respond to the request for comments on the activities of the user on the website and in just a few hours.
More than 162,000 people have been infected with the new corona virus, and more than 6,000 people have died from the disease, COVID-19.
Verily, it is said that the people have the answers to the questionnaire would be kept in an encrypted, Google database, access to which is restricted and monitored. The data will be shared with the authorities, but it should never be combined with your data stored in Google products, without your explicit consent,” It said.
In addition, for, Verily, said to the user-provided data may be used for research purposes only with the consent, even though it may be to ask for this permission in the future.
How to create a Google account is required to use the site drew some criticism on social media. Surely an engineer, Ryan Seys commented on one of your critical posts, writing on Twitter that “we’re trying to get real impact out here at this time of crisis.”
Reporting Paresh Dave; Editing by Raju Gopalakrishnan