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Siri is now answering questions about the coronavirus

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Whatever we ask Confidentiality you always manage to remove the doubt. And of the global crisis that has produced an increase in coronavirus, Apple's virtual assistant is widespread to answer all questions on the subject, being extremely helpful in a context where information is important to process and reduces the likelihood of infection.

To answer the most common questions about the coronavirus, Apple updated Siri with of the most frequently asked questions of users, such as symptoms of the disease, the number of local cases, treatments or important data that you should do to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Do I have a coronavirus?

Information shared by CNBC states that Apple's direct assistant is prepared to answer questions such as "Do I have a coronavirus?". As a result Siri can help diagnose the disease inquires about symptoms such as fever, dry cough or shortness of breath and, if necessary, recommends that the user call the paramedics or continue home.

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In the meantime, the answers come from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the United States Public Health Service. The current flow of questions found in the United States and it is unclear whether it will expand in other areas.

In recent days, Apple has also been promoting mobile apps in the App Store when a user asks Siri about a coronavirus. Also, the App Store is fast COVID-19 applications from popular sources for ensuring the reliability of health and safety information, many are available in many countries.



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