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Google searches for coronavirus will now show you safety tips

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Searching Google for “coronavirus” will now send users to a curated search results page with resources from the World Health Organization, safety tips, and news updates, Google and the WHO announced today. Google also announced a $250,000 direct grant from Google.org, the company’s philanthropic arm, that will go to the Chinese Red Cross to help support coronavirus relief efforts. To help support relief efforts, @Googleorg issued a $250,000 direct grant to the Chinese Red Cross. […] The WHO declared today that the coronavirus outbreak is a global public health emergency. […] The first person-to-person transmission of coronavirus was reported in the US earlier today; as of January 29th, five people in the US have been confirmed to have the disease and 92 people are under investigation, according to the CDC. airlines-china-flights-cancelled-dates” rel=”noopener noreferrer”>Multiple airlines have suspended or canceled flights in the near future as a safety precaution, and some companies, including Google and Tesla, have closed down their offices or operations in China due to the outbreak. […] We’ve got an explainer about it right here, and you can read all of our coronavirus coverage here.