Google says thanks “to all doctors, nurses and medical workers, thank you” for their courage to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, protect the life of the community
Google thanks to the doctors and medical workers in COVID-19 Pandemic

On April 13, Google has made a change to their logo to show its gratitude, thanks to the medical staff who are fighting the COVID-19 day and night.

Today’s Google Doodle shows a scientific researcher standing at a podium explaining the ‘flattening the curve’ analogy. A loving heart is sent to it signifying Google saying thank you to the public health workers and researchers in the scientific community.

Google often changes its logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries or the lives of famous artists and scientists. Google says it is launching a series of doodles over the coming weeks to recognize and honor many of those on the front line working to protect people from COVID-19. It’s not the first Google Doodle about COVID-19. On April 4, Google asked people to stay home to save lives. This is the detail about the message of Google

As COVID-19 continues to impact communities around the world, people are coming together to help one another now more than ever. We’re launching a Doodle series to recognize and honor many of those on the front lines.


Today, we’d like to say: 

To all doctors, nurses, and medical workers, thank you.


Diseases caused by coronavirus (COVID-19) are contagious diseases caused by a new strain of the virus. The virus causes respiratory illness (like the flu) with symptoms such as cough, fever and more severe cases that can cause breathing difficulties.

As this Pandemic is still out there with a lot of risks. You can protect yourself by washing your hands often, avoiding touching your face and avoiding close contact with unwell people and try to stay in your house during the quarantine time. Like Google, we have to say thanks to the doctors and medical workers to protect our life.

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