Google launches page to provide information about COVID-19 in Vietnamese – ABOUT MAG 2020

Google, the most widely used search engine in the world, has introduced a page designed to collect documents and information related to the new coronavirus (COVID-19) in Vietnamese.

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Users can follow www.Google.com/Covid19 to stay up to date with information provided by the Vietnam Ministry of Health.

Www.Google.com/Covid19 now allows users to keep up to date with information provided by the Vietnam Ministry of Health.

The page also contains information on easy and effective preventive measures that users can take to combat COVID-19.

In addition, in response to the social detachment order implemented by the Vietnamese government to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Google channel on Google Vietnam has changed its display image to mark the launch of the #StayHome #WithMe campaign.

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The Google Vietnam YouTube channel changed its display image to mark the launch of the #StayHome #WithMe campaign.

This shift requires all YouTube creators to come together in an attempt to encourage Vietnamese to follow the social distance protocol and help ease boredom when they stay at home.

YouTube creators should use the hashtags #StayHome and #WithMe in their videos as a way to motivate viewers as they join them to go through the period of social distance in a positive way. VOV

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