Cities going digital in response to COVID-19

As we all know, our regular day-to-day has changed as COVID-19 continues to escalate on a global scale. Governments, local authorities, and business are currently working on digitalizing as many aspects of their operations as possible to ensure the public is limited to outside exposure. The World Health Organization (WHO) also emphasizes that COVID-19 brings up the very problematic issue of misinformation from untrusted sources. As a result from this so called ``infodemic`` comes confusion and unnecessary added panic from the general public. The issue is currently being addressed by all levels of authorities to make certain that only reliable information is being delivered on the subject. City officials around the world are working on alternative communicative solutions such as automated chatbots that will deliver important information to residents via text or web. Technology is and will continue to play a vital role in how we combat the current pandemic we face as a society today.

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