Google has decided to honor the frontline workers who helped combat COVID-19 with a series of “Google Doodles” over the next two weeks. Normally reserved for sporting events, these Doodles will thank public health personnel and members of the scientific community for their efforts. The Doodles will feature the same basic format, as shown below. It will take about two minutes to read the doodle and thank the people who have contributed to the fight against the disease.
In the past few months, Google has been highlighting the important role that doctors and nurses play in fighting the scourge of Coronavirus. It is especially heartwarming to see the doodle of a doctor giving thanks to a nurse for saving his life. However, a lot of work is still necessary to develop a vaccine for the virus. In this case, Google is doing its part by sharing endearing doodles with those who are suffering from the virus.
In addition to its doodle, Google has also released a YouTube video of an Indian doctor expressing his thanks to the frontline workers. The doodle also includes a link to a thank you video he posted on YouTube. The company hopes to raise awareness and help those affected by the scourge. The doodle, “Thank You Coronavirus Helpers” is part of Google's campaign to raise awareness and support the front line workers who have taken care of their communities.
The doodle has been dedicated to doctors, nurses, and medical staff in India. The doodle includes a link to a YouTube video aimed at thanking the diverse communities involved in the fight against the novel coronavirus. The doodle has been released in response to the recent influx of reports about the disease. One of the victims, who recovered from the scourge and is now publicly expressing his gratitude to the medical team.
While the Google doodle aims to thank the frontline workers, many people are choosing to donate in their loved one's memory. In addition to the doodle, Google's doodles are dedicated to doctors, nurses, and other medical staff. In addition to highlighting the frontline workers, the doodles will also feature a YouTube video featuring an inspiring message. If you are a part of the campaign, you can also make a donation to a charity in their honor.
As the number of cases of the novel coronavirus rises, Google is taking action to thank medical staff in India. The doodle also includes a YouTube video of the recovery patient. The doodle will remain on the homepage of Google for the next three days. Aside from the doodle, Google is also taking action to thank doctors, nurses, and medical staff in the country. This doodle will be a permanent part of the search engine's doodles, so it will be a permanent fixture on the home page.