This week, a vast majority of developments in the world of tech were driven by the outbreak of coronavirus in various parts of the world.
The US declared an emergency over the outburst, following which Apple closed all its stores outside of China and also changed its App Store policies to combat coronavirus misinformation.
Let's look back at everything that happened this past week.
'Google-built' coronavirus screening tool
First of all, President Donald Trump announced that 1,700 Google employees are working on a nationwide tool to let people check if they need a coronavirus test and guide them to the nearest testing-center.
Later, it was revealed that Verily, another company under the corporate umbrella of Google's parent, Alphabet, is working on this tool, and it's not even ready for state-level deployment yet.