A site made by Google’s sister company went live with a tool for coronavirus risk screening that directed residents of two counties in Northern California to test centers. It wasn’t long before the Verily site ran into trouble. People with symptoms were told they weren’t eligible for the screening program, and those who were needed a Google login to use the tool. On top of that, the Verily site reached capacity by Monday morning. A few hours after activity on the Verily site ground to a halt, Google said that the informational website it planned to launch earlier this week would be delayed