Good morning, communicators:
Google is offering notices on its Maps app to help users avoid crowding and maintain social distance.
Apart from showing checkpoints and testing locations, the app will show how crowded public transit might be in a certain area. Public transit use is a key concern for many organizations’ leaders as they try to chart a way back to the office for their employees.
Google Maps could be an essential resource for helping your employees find safe ways to return to work in the coming months.
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