WhatsApp and WHO have joined forces to promote the vaccine drive globally for COVID-19. There is a new pack of stickers called “Vaccines For All”. As per the sources, this new vaccine sticker will motivate people for the vaccine drive. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the company stated that it has partnered with 150 national, state, and local governments and with WHO and UNICEF.
The partnership is an initiative to get COVID helpline going and reach as many people as possible with accurate information about the disease. In the last year, over 3 billion messages have been sent across these global helplines. Many countries in the world are facing the 2nd wave of Coronavirus. Certainly, the Governments are using these helplines to connect citizens privately to give accurate information about vaccine drive.
According to the details published on the company’s website, cartoon images are made funnily and creatively for the users to share their joy, hope, and relief from the vaccine drive. Through the sticker, they can show appreciation to the health worker. The new vaccine pack is representative of the state of the world and the pandemic.
According to health experts, people need to be encouraged to get the vaccine for COVID-19. Many countries in the world are finding it difficult to convince their citizen for vaccine drive.
Steps to get “Vaccines For All” stickers –
- Firstly, download WhatsApp on the phone.
- After that, choose the conversation with whom you want to send the sticker.
- With the entry text field, the sticker bottom is on the right side; you need to click that.
- All the stickers available will be shown.
- Now tap the “+” button to open the Stickers Store.
- Vaccines For All stickers will appear at the top.
Previous Association of WhatsApp and WHO –
WhatsApp has support stickers for an extended period, and from time to time, it has added a new pack of stickers. Last year also, WhatsApp and WHO collaborated to create stickers to encourage people to stay home. These stickers were called “Together At Home.”