WhatsApp collaborates with WHO and launches the new ‘Together at Home’ Stickers

The Facebook owned popular messaging app WhatsApp launched its new ‘Together at Home’ sticker pack in collaboration with World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday, April 21. The sticker helps in reminding of social distancing and trying to understand people’s emotions and feelings in the coronavirus lockdown period.

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The ‘Together at Home’ sticker pack is out there with text localized in nine languages, namely-Arabic, French, German, Indonesia, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish.

WhatsApp in their official twitter handle tweeted that, “we work together with WHO on a new ‘Together at Home’ sticker pack to help people stay connected throughout this moment and beyond. Send an air high five, celebrate our medical heroes or show like to a private hero in your life. Available now in your WhatsApp.” (sic)

“Stickers like these are often funny, educational and Universal, breaking through language, age and other barriers. We hope people enjoy using these stickers to check on their loved ones, particularly those that are feeling isolated, alone and scared. This pack offers creative ways to remind people to wash their hands, maintain distance, exercise and mainly to celebrate all the heroes working under the pandemic”, said WhatsApp in its official blog.

WhatsApp launched the stickers series 18 months ago, for helping people share private thoughts and expressions without even typing a word and have become one of the fastest growing ways people communicate on this platform.
In addition to this, WhatsApp collaborated with WHO in various other initiatives like, Health Alert and information service. The platform also controls the intake of fake news during this hour of need.

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