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Google’s homepage included a doodle asking people to be vaccinated and use face masks in order to protect themselves from the fatal coronavirus pandemic, which has spread throughout the world in recent weeks. It seems appropriate that Google’s latest doodle appears at a time when countries throughout the world are attempting to immunise their populations by initiating large-scale vaccination campaigns.
Since last year, when the world was first struck by the pandemic, Google has released a series of doodles with coronaviruses as the central theme. Its most recent product depicts the letters ‘G’, ‘O’, ‘O’, ‘G’, ‘L’, and ‘E’ donning face masks and proudly displaying bandaids on their arms, to show that they have received a vaccine shot, according to the company. In contrast to the majority of Google’s coronavirus-inspired doodles, in which the alphabets are separated to reflect the practise of social separation, this time the alphabets that have been vaccinated are placed close together.
The characters may be seen jumping with glee, demonstrating their strength in the face of an infectious disease that has the entire planet reeling under the weight of its effects. Featuring the slogan, “Get immunised.” Put on a mask. As part of its “Save Lives” campaign, the tech giant is congratulating those who have received vaccinations and pushing others to do the same.
Aside from that, Google’s most recent doodle serves as a Covid-19 vaccine tracker, displaying a map of immunizations for each country on the planet. From vaccine effectiveness to safety and adverse effects, the doodle is a one-stop shop for everything vaccine-related news, according to netizens. In addition, the blog included a link to all of the key information regarding the vaccination, including “resources to assist you and your communities keep informed and connected, as well as the current methods we’re responding,” it said.
Beginning on May 1, the Google Doodle will be visible in other parts of the world as well. It is timed to coincide with the beginning of India’s third round of immunisation. Following the start of registrations for everyone over the age of 18 on April 28, India will officially begin vaccinating its entire adult population in one of the world’s largest vaccine drives, which will be one of the largest in the world.
Earlier this year, Google released a series of doodles titled “Thank you Coronavirus Helpers,” in which they thanked frontline workers for the critical work they had done over the previous year.