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If you write “Wuhan virus,” Grammarly will remind you not to be racist

8 Apr 2020

But it’s still up to you to understand the difference between “coronavirus” and “COVID-19.”

Grammarly, which offers a service designed to improve written communications, has launched a new sensitivity feature that’s very much of the moment. It detects when users write the politically-loaded terms “Chinese Virus” or “Wuhan Virus,” or other variants, and suggests that they use “COVID-19” or “the coronavirus” instead.

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