This post has been updated to include information from a Verily spokesperson.
Kaiser Health News has reported that San Francisco and Alameda counties in California are no longer using Verily Life Sciences' COVID-19 testing program. However, a Verily spokesperson says the company is currently working with multiple counties in the Bay Area, including Alameda and San Francisco, and that some sites were established as short-term testing spots.
In a March press conference, President Donald Trump boasted of Google's involvement in the response to the pandemic, saying Google engineers were working on a website to direct people to COVID-19 testing sites. Though as 360Dx noted, it was Verily, a sister company to Google, that was involved in that project. Verily additionally launched COVID-19 testing sites across California, and KHN adds that California entered into a $55 million partnership with Verily to establish testing sites.
The Verily spokesperson adds that the company has long focused on the "protection of the security and privacy of personal health information."