Google came up with a Google doodle that shows a ‘Thank you’ message for the medical doctors, nurses, and the clinical workforce. The Google doodle, hovering the mouse, indicates a message “to all medical doctors, nurses, and medical workers; Thank You“.
Today the whole world is struggling with the catastrophe of coronaviruses. In such a situation, people have been appealed to stay in homes so that social distancing can be made. But at this time some people are working hard day and night to help you out of the houses. Which includes doctors and medical staff.
In the era of the COVID-19 epidemic, these people are trying to protect people without worrying about it. Because of their contribution to society, Google has thanked them by making Google doodles in a very special way.
Google always prepares Doodles for the people who contribute towards society and even today it has done the same. But this time this Doodle is not designed for any individual but for doctors, nurses and medical staff working to protect people from coronavirus. Because of that Google, thanks are given to all these for their significant contribution.
On clicking the Google Doodle, you will get news related to Coronavirus and the main information. Also, a video has been shared in which doctors have given some tips to prevent people from coronavirus. Also, medical staff is urging people to stay home, and Google Doodle helps you prevent the outbreak of Coronavirus.
Google wrote, “As COVID-19 continues to impact groups around the sector, humans are coming collectively to assist each other now more than ever. We’re launching a Doodle series to understand and honor many of those at the front lines.“
The series will thank “coronavirus helpers” like doctors, scientists, teachers, social workers and all folks that are making sure the transport of the vital items and offerings.
The COVID-19 case was first reported from the relevant Chinese town of Wuhan which has become the epicenter of the, particularly infectious virus. However, with the rising numbers of cases in the USA, the epicenter has now shifted.