The country’s active cases are rising day by day. Henceforth google map will include a new feature that will notify the areas more prone to coronavirus. This feature will be called as COVID layer. This feature is going to help people to decide, whether to visit a particular area or not. Also, this feature will be enabled on both IOS and Android phones within the week. Besides, google proclaimed this news on Wednesday.

Function of COVID layer:

For knowing the information, people will need to open the app and should tap on the layer button on top right, then click on the COVID info. After this, you can search any area and a data of average of seven day cases per 100,000 people will appear. Also, a label will show if the cases are increasing or decreasing.

Google will insert a color coding feature, so that people can look at the density of new cases in a specific area.

New Google Maps feature will show you COVID-19 cases in an area | Zee  Business
Color coding feature

Wikipedia, John Hopkins, New York Times are going to be the major sources to gain information. Moreover, these sources will collect data from WHO, Government health ministries and state, local agencies and hospitals. Some 220 countries will be able to see the trending cases.

COVID cases in India

Secretary of Union Health Ministry, Rajesh Bhushan said that India has highest number of recovered patients. Also, government on Tuesday apprised that the recovered cases had exceeded the active cases per day. Besides, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh are the top five states with highest number of active cases.

The condition is still critical across the country. So, it will be wise to stay at home and to include essential sources in your diet that can built the immunity. Google is providing updated data every day. You can see a detail information regarding precaution in there as well as on other news websites. Besides, google map is including a new feature.

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