WhatsApp has introduced Vaccines for All sticker pack.
WhatsApp App in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO) has launched a sticker pack named ‘Vaccines for All’, through which people will be able to connect with each other.
Facebook’s instant messaging platform WhatsApp has launched new sticker packs called Vaccines for All. This has been introduced by the company towards spreading awareness about the COVID-19 vaccine and to appreciate the efforts of health workers around the world. WhatsApp said, ‘WhatsApp app is launching a sticker pack named ‘Vaccines for All’ in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO). We hope that through these stickers people will be able to connect with each other’.
WhatsApp said in its blog that stickers will also be used to show its respect to the healthcare heroes who saved lives in this difficult period.
Since the beginning of this pandemic, WhatsApp has worked with more than 150 national, provincial and local governments and organizations such as WHO, UNICEF to provide helpline support for COVID-19 to more than 2 billion users. They get the right information and resources. Last year, more than 3 billion messages were sent to these global helplines.
WhatsApp can now use deep links to view Sticker Packs. This feature has been recently enabled and it’s available for iOS and Android.
At the moment this sticker pack is not available in the WhatsApp Sticker Store, but you can now import it visiting: https://t.co/RxmJ0banvD https://t.co/eEWxYFnvtZ— WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) April 6, 2021
The sticker pack brings 23 different stickers to Vaccine for All WhatsApp, which has been created in partnership with WHO. It is available for download on both Android and iOS and is intended to help people ‘express joy, relief and hope about the possibilities the COVID-19 vaccine has to offer.’
WhatsApp said in the blog that right now people in many countries are rarely meeting each other face-to-face, but it is expected that through WhatsApp people share their thoughts, experiences and hopes without any hindrance with their family and friends. Will keep doing