Coronavirus Update: All Coronavirus Information Available on WhatsApp, Government Launches Helpdesk Service


The MyGov Corona Helpdesk has been launched for information on coronavirus on WhatsApp. At this time not only India but the whole world is fighting against the coronavirus outbreak. The disease, which started in China’s Wuhan province, has killed thousands of people worldwide and left millions more infected. Initially, China had the highest number of cases of coronavirus (Covid-19) and now, in the last few days, Italy has suddenly seen the highest number of cases and the highest number of deaths. India is not immune to this virus. Most cases of carnivirus are seen every day in the country. Now the government and WhatsApp have launched a new facility, which will provide the public with all the information related to Covid-19.

To allay the growing public panic about the coronavirus (Covid-19), the central government of India on Friday launched an official chatbot, which will provide users with all the information about the disease via the instant messaging app WhatsApp.

The government-launched WhatsApp chatbot is called ‘MyGov Corona Helpdesk’ and is available to all WhatsApp users in India. This allows users to get all the information about the coronavirus through their WhatsApp app. As the virus spreads, so does the spread of fake news around the world. In the coming days, users will get the wrong news through WhatsApp or other social media platforms. This is increasing confusion among people. In such a situation, this step of the government will definitely help the people.

To get information through this facility, users need to save their phone number 901315151515 in WhatsApp and send this number to MyVov Corona Helpdesk through WhatsApp. By doing this, the user will get accurate information and news about coronavirus.

Let me inform you that Microsoft has also introduced a coronavirus live tracker feature in its search engine Bing, through which users can get information about coronavirus cases around the world. It provides coronaviruses and information about them according to each country. While this may not be entirely accurate, it can give users a lot of information about this horrific outbreak.

At the time of writing, about 11,397 people worldwide have died from coronaviruses, according to Live Tracker. Italy topped the list with 4,032 deaths due to the virus. China is in second place with 3,255 deaths due to the coronavirus. So far 258 cases of the virus have been reported in India, of which 5 have died, 23 have recovered from the recovery and 230 are still suffering from it.

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