The Covid-19 vaccination campaign in India is in its second phase. The country seems to be slowly returning to normal life and action. However, many people across the country are still suffering from corona. The Government of India is conducting the largest vaccination drive in the world. Due to which misinformation about the vaccine is also spreading. Google is taking many important steps to prevent the spread of these false and misleading information.
According to a Google blog post, it is taking some special steps to provide accurate information to those who ask questions about the vaccine. Google says it is working with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MHFW) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to provide users with clear and scientific information. The agency is working closely with the ministry’s Rapid Risk Response Team to prevent misleading information spread through the Internet.
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Now Google will tell you where the vaccination center is
Google will give you all the information through its search engine, Google Maps and Google Support Services. On Friday, Google India announced that you will now be able to find the address of the vaccination center on Google Maps. You can also find out the direction by clicking on the Vaccine Center displayed on the map. Whether you drive or walk, you will be able to reach the Corona Immunization Center by following the instructions directly. Google Help and Google Search will also help you with this.
Google said in a blog post that it will provide detailed information about the knowledge panels present in Google search for questions related to the covid vaccine. Committed to providing information in many regional languages besides Hindi and English. Google will also provide COVID related information in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Marathi, Gujarati and Bengali. Its purpose is to provide all information, including the effectiveness, safety, side effects, and distribution of both Kovisin and Kovisin.
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YouTube removed more than 30,000 videos associated with Covid-19
The video-streaming platform YouTube (YouTube) has removed more than 30,000 videos over the past six months for sharing false information about the Covid-19 vaccine in a bid to clear up claims about the Covid-19.