Health officials in Mexico are using the search engine to track cases of the deadly coronavirus, and the results are being shared publicly.
They’re also looking for people who have antibodies to the virus.
In Mexico, as in most countries, the coronaviruses coronavirene and coronaviral have a global spread.
But the country’s health authorities say they’re not using Google Analytics to identify people with a specific virus.
They’re instead using a service that allows them to track the number of cases of a particular disease in a specific geographic area.
Health officials said this approach is particularly effective in areas where they can gather a large number of health records.
It’s the same service that was used in the U.S. to track and document outbreaks of H1N1.
The U.K. uses similar technology.
The Mexico case numbers are not the only ones being shared.
Health authorities in the country also used Google’s analytics service to track how many new cases had been reported in their jurisdiction.
They used that information to determine the geographic distribution of cases and to decide how many people should receive a vaccine.
This year, there have been more than 30 new cases of coronavirozepine-positive infections reported in Mexico, compared with the same period in 2016.
The country reported only five new cases.