What you need to know
- WhatsApp is rolling out a new sticker pack with 20 stickers that include everything from our work-from-home reality to social distancing rules.
- The platform worked with the World Health Organization over the sticker pack, and it's available for download right now.
- WhatsApp is also introducing another sticker pack based on fictional character Rilakkuma.
WhatsApp is doing its bit during this crisis, with the Facebook-owned messaging platform putting limits on message forwarding to stop misinformation and introducing a coronavirus information hub that makes it easier for users to find the information they need.
WhatsApp is working with several NGOs around the world and the World Health Organization over its information hub, and today the service is rolling out something a bit more light-hearted: a sticker pack.
WhatsApp says it worked with the World Health Organization over the new sticker pack, dubbed "Together at Home," to help people stay connected and express themselves. As such, you'll find stickers that embrace the work-from-home life, including social distancing, and more:
The stickers are available in ten languages at launch, including Arabic, English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish. You can now head on over to the stickers tab on WhatsApp for Android or iOS to download the new pack. WhatsApp is also rolling out a new sticker pack based on fictional character Rilakkuma today.
The WHO desperately tries to distract people from their egregious operations as a shill for a communist dictatorship with silly gimmicks meant to distract and distort. Just another day on the realm of global politics. Maybe instead of designing sticker packs they should, you know, focus on world health. They're basically bond-villainesque at this point.
You mean the China Health Organization.
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