Google developed a special Doodle on Saturday to raise people’s awareness of the COVID-19 vaccine and to improve people’s perception of wearing masks amid the surge in coronavirus cases. Google Doodle has an animation effect on the homepage of the search engine to arouse the attention of the masses. After clicking, Doodle will display search results about the COVID-19 vaccine. Google’s new achievement comes from the launch of India’s COVID-19 vaccination program for people over 18 years of age. It currently lives in six states, although other states may be added-depending on the availability of vaccines.
The United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka can all use Google Doodle, which encourages people to use the COVID-19 vaccine. It has the letters of the Google logo, face mask and bandage to represent the person to be vaccinated.
Once the user clicks on Doodle, they will enter search results for the term “COVID vaccine”. The research results page also contains a sidebar that provides detailed information about the COVID-19 prick and informs users about where to get the vaccine, who is the priority group, and its effectiveness. The sidebar also has links to news about the COVID-19 vaccine and its launch data. Information about the safety and side effects of the vaccine is also displayed to the user.
A message is written on the graffiti, which reads: “Get vaccinated, wear a mask. Save lives.” It can be read by hovering the mouse over the cursor on the Doodle image.
Earlier this week, the Indian government initiated the registration of the COVID-19 vaccine for people aged 18 to 44. Earlier on Saturday, in six cities, namely Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat and Orissa, vaccinations for eligible people were gradually vaccinated. However, due to the country’s continuing lack of COVID-19 vaccine, there is no word yet on when it will arrive in other cities.