A search engine will help users plan a trip
Google Maps has added new features to help you plan your trip. Now users will get information about the route restrictions imposed due to coronovirus infection. This was stated in the company’s official blog.
Therefore, with the new update, Google Map shows whether the route passes through the outposts where they examine coronoviruses, and across international borders. The facility is currently available across the border between the United States, Canada and Mexico. If the user’s route is affected, they will receive a notification. In addition, users will be able to learn about the workload of transit points, as well as familiarize themselves with the rules and work of testing centers in COVID-19.
Maps will use data from local transport authorities in Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Colombia, France, India, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain, Thailand, UK and USA. In the near future, the list of countries will be expanded. As the portal claims TechcrunchThe service will also use the aggregate and anonymous data of users using Google’s location history. The company notes that this option is disabled by default, and Google only displays data if it does not violate privacy rules.
Changes are available with the latest Google Maps update for Android and iOS.
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