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To all the public health workers and to researchers in the scientific community, thank you : Google Doodle


Published on Jun 12, 2021

To all the public health workers and to researchers in the scientific community, thank you : Google Doodle

 

To all the public health workers and to researchers in the scientific community, thank you : As COVID-19 continues to impact communities around the world, people are coming together to help one another now more than ever. We’re launching a Doodle series to recognize and honor many of those on the front lines.

Today, we’d like to say:

To all coronavirus helpers, thank you.




Google Doodle Thank You Health Workers

Google on Monday April 26th 2021 shared a doodle for the second time to express gratitude towards people who have been combating the ongoing coronavirus pandemic on the forefront. Earlier the same doodle had been released in April to thank coronavirus helpers.

The one 'o' in Go'o'gle have been doodleized by Heart Symbol to feature helpers who continued to deliver the essential services enabling survival in the hard times of lockdown and social distancing

Thank You Health Workers

Thanks to ‘coronavirus warriors’ around the world, there’s some hope and light even during these dark, trying times. Although most of the world is under lockdowns, it’s workers in essential services and volunteers who have made sure everything is up and running, often putting their own lives at risk. To express gratitude, Google has been honouring various professions by featuring them on its homepage.

“As with all of our Doodles, we hope the series allows for helpers everywhere to feel seen, heard, and valued and for everyone to remember there will be a light at the end of what could feel like a long tunnel,” Jessica Yu, the Doodle Team Lead wrote in a blog post, drawing the curtains on a two-week special doodle series.

In the special animated series, in which the company claims it has for the first time developed “real-time Doodle series focusing on one theme” in such a short period.

From an ode to sanitation workers to medical professionals, the tech company tried to honour everyone without whom the world wouldn’t be functioning at the moment.

Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai took to Twitter to announce the launch of the series, which started on April 6.


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