February 25, 2021
New Government Roku Coronavirus News Channel goes Live

The US Government Now has an Official Coronavirus News Channel on the Roku Platform

Top agencies in the United States government have launched a coronavirus news channel on Roku, including the White House, CDC, HHS, and FEMA…

Today, the Roku company announced it now has a new and official coronavirus information and update channel, backed by the United States government. It’s already live and available to add to the platform.

New Government Roku Coronavirus News Channel goes Live

Roku, one of the most recognizable and popular names in streaming, says that it has added a new coronavirus channel that’s populated with content from various US government agencies and the Executive branch: 

“The U.S. Coronavirus Task Force, including the agencies of the CDC, White House, Health and Human Services, and FEMA, have launched an official channel on the Roku platform to bring you information regarding the Coronavirus.”

The new coronavirus Roku channel consists of the most recent news pieces, along with information about health practices:

“Content includes short videos featuring frequent news and updates, how to protect yourself, and what to do if you’re sick. As the situation develops, updated information will be added.”

It’s live and available on the Roku Channel Store at Coronavirus.gov for free. It’s also offered in the “New and Notable” section, as well as in the “Featured” section of the Roku Channel Store.

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