Google Maps is receiving a series of COVID-19 ready updates. One set of updates will let both drivers and transit riders learn how COVID-19 restrictions affect their journey, the other set will help them plan to properly socially distance when traveling.
Google Maps is far and away the best solution to help you get where you need to go, and it has offered a way to download maps for offline use for those times when you don't want to use your data, or you can't use your data. We'll show you how to download offline maps to your phone so that you're never lost, even if you lose signal.
Google Maps will highlight businesses that are more accessible to wheelchair users in a new update. It will also make it easier for COVID-19 frontline workers to find hotels that offer special policies.
Google will use location data collected from millions of devices to track the effectiveness of lockdown and social-distancing orders. Facebook will also do the same, providing data to researchers in academic institutions like Havard and Princeton.
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