Verily, the life sciences arm of Google's parent Alphabet, late on Sunday launched a website to give people information about coronavirus screening, though it's limited for now to two testing sites in the San Francisco Bay Area. The rollout comes after a set of confusing announcements last week by Google and President Donald Trump.
The software tool is hosted through Verily's Project Baseline, an initiative to advance clinical research. It allows people in the Bay Area to take online screener surveys to see if they should go to testing sites in Santa Clara county or San Mateo county for examinations. Along with partnering with the federal government, Verily also worked with the California governor's office.