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A group of NASA scientists have a unique way to see the coral reefs.

They’ve created an app to classify and determine the health of coral reefs.

It’s called NeMo-Net and you can join and help by downloading the app. It’s in the Apple app store and there’s more info on NASA‘s website.

Save our corals, but there’s bad news. No new emojis this year. The volunteers with the Unified Consortium are too busy with the virus.

A handful of emojis approved in January will be out later this year.

Apple Maps working to help you find a Coronavirus testing site.

Medical facilities can register with Apple. Apple will verify, then include them as a destination option on it’s Apple Maps app.

The app will also provide info on drive-thru testing locations.

Google making it easier to find virtual health care options.

More tele-health services will be highlighted.

Providers offering a virtual option can add a link on their business profile. It will appear in search results and on Google Maps.

If the provider has a page dedicated to information about Covid-19, Google will automatically surface a link to that page.

Amazon giving priority to essential items customers may need most. You may experience delays.

Check Amazon’s Covid-19 page.

Finally.

(Natural sound of guitar)

Break the monotony of self-isolation by learning to play guitar. You can learn the bass if you want, even the ukulele.

Fender Play is a video-based online guitar program.

And if you don’t have a guitar? Well, Fender does make a couple of pretty good ones.

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