Google Doodle series with Coronavirus Assistants for Next Week [Updated] Last week, Google released a simple and dynamic announcement to thank health workers around the world for their struggle against COVID-19. The company is currently pursuing this thanks to all the Corona Virus contributors to the Google Doodles series for the next two weeks.
This week we are launching a series of doodles – from doctors and nurses who are interested in leading people to teachers and contractors who can access essential goods and services – to identify many people who respond to COVID-19.
This series of Google Doodle, which has been designed usually for sports for several weeks like the Olympics and World Cup, is compatible with the American Public Health Week.
First, thanks to public health workers and scientists in the scientific community. Since there are so many graphics in this series, Google uses the same basic format as the letter “G” to express friendliness / gratitude / gratitude / respect for the subject letter “E”.
On Monday, charts show curves, tomorrow – the last letter in scrubs. The main search page below explains the identity of Google that day.
Google Doodle: Thanks, Corona Virus Helpers
April 6: Health care workers and researchers in the scientific community
April 7: Doctors, nurses, and medical staff
April 8: Emergency services
April 9: Investigative and Health Workers
April 10: The farmers and farmers
April 13: Groceries
Other contributors to the Coronavirus include:
Over the next two weeks, the doodle will honor a number of veterans who support services such as health workers, ambulances, hygiene, food, public transportation, and schools. Thanks to all the people who work to save lives and ensure community safety during this epidemic.
Since the launch of the COVID-19 pandemic, Google has used its platforms to provide information and links for healthcare resources. Recent efforts include: