Today's Google Doodle urges people to ‘Stay Home, Save Lives’ in the fight against Coronavirus

Google first came out with a coronavirus-related doodle on 4 April and began ‘Thank you Coronavirus Helpers’ series on 6 April.


Google Doodle urges people to stay home and save lives. In the doodle, each letter of the word ‘Google’ describes a particular activity that one can indulge in while they stay at home to stop the spread of coronavirus.

“Stay home. Save lives. As COVID-19 continues to impact communities around the world, help stop the spread by following these steps,” reads the description.

The US-based tech giant first came out with a coronavirus-related doodle on 4 April.

 Todays Google Doodle urges people to ‘Stay Home, Save Lives’ in the fight against Coronavirus

Google Doodle suggests to 'Stay Home. Stay Safe'

Once you click on the doodle, it redirects to a page which talks about the appropriate precautions people should undertake in this battle against COVID-19.

Here are the five recommendations by Google that can help curb the rise in coronavirus cases.

- STAY home

- KEEP a safe distance

- WASH hands often

- COVER your cough

- SICK? Call the helpline

The doodle lists a set of precautionary steps to stop the pandemic that has claimed over 1,80,000 of lives across the world.

These include cleaning the hands often with soap or an alcohol-based hand rub, maintaining safe distance from anyone who is coughing or sneezing, not touching eyes, nose or mouth and staying home if unwell.

Google ran a series of Doodles to recognise the efforts of those at the forefront of the fight against coronavirus. The ‘Thank you Coronavirus Helpers’ series began on 6 April and went on for close to two weeks.


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