Apple Updates Siri To Provide Advice Related To Coronavirus

Apple updates Siri for coronavirus questioning

Apple updates Siri for coronavirus questioning

Apple has introduced a new Siri update that allows the digital assistant to present information to people who have any sort of question regarding the Coronavirus situation.

Apple announced an update to their phones to help users identify coronavirus symptoms, according to CNBC.

If you agree to continue, the assistant then asks if you have a fever, dry cough, or trouble breathing.

Siri notes that the questionnaire has been put together using information from the U.S. Public Health Service in association with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

If you have questions about Coronavirus, now you have another source available to get answers: Siri. As explained by the World Health Organization, there is a lot of information pollution on social media platforms for COVID-19, a pandemic.

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In addition to providing Siri coronavirus advice, Apple is also promoting telehealth applications in its App Store when a user asks Siri about the global coronavirus pandemic. It will answer "if you are anxious about the new coronavirus, here are some yes or no questions to help you determine your situation". Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook tweeted Saturday that the mask donations will go healthcare workers in both the USA and Europe.

Siri is here to answer some questions about the coronavirus.

If the answers you give to Siri, feel a reason to be anxious, he will ask you whether your symptoms are extreme or life-threatening. If you answer in the positive, Siri will be ready to call emergency services (911) for you.

During this pandemic, nearly every day, these firms are coming up with methods to ensure public safety and to keep them well-informed. It encourages them to contact a clinical supplier if their condition turns out to be increasingly serious. "If you cannot reach a medical official, healthcare practices can help." suggests.

Apple isn't alone in its bid to inform the public about coronavirus.

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