London, March 25: Sweans Technologies, a London based technology company has released a WordPress Plugin for schools and hospitals about the changes in schedules and other aspects of everyday life due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ajay C Thomas, The CEO of Sweans Technologies said the COVID-19 pandemic is causing many special announcements including not just the closure of facilities and rescheduling of events but also new availability of medical facilities such as testing centres. They have released a new Scheme plugin which will create a schema in the WordPress websites of schools and hospitals to serve the specific purpose of announcements.
He also said this plugin had been created especially for hospitals and schools’ websites. If a hospital starts the COVID-19 testing’s, this news can be announced to the public easily and quickly. The same thing is applicable to educational institutions. Similarly, if a school decides the closure, this can be published immediately.
He also emphasized some of the foremost specialities of the Schema plugin:
- COVID -19 test facility announcement.
- School closure announcements because of Coronavirus outbreak.
- This is a standard schema.org implementation as a WordPress plugin and makes it easy to integrate to schools or hospital website.
Schema structure was released on Monday, March 16, 2020. The schema.org founders, including Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and Yandex, might soon start implementing necessary schema styles in their search results.
Schema plugin release is a step taken by Sweans Technologies to support hospitals and schools in this Corona Pandemic. Proper utilization of this plugin will be helpful to keep public informed through special announcements. The Wordpress plugin can be downloaded free of cost for any schools and hospitals globally directly from https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-covid-19-schema/
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Ajay C Thomas
Sweans Technologies Pvt Ltd
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