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WhatsApp is partnering with WHO to launch Covid-19 vaccine

WhatsApp has launched a new packet of stickers in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO). The new WhatsApp sticker pack is called “Vaccines for All”, and aims to spread awareness about the Covid-19 vaccine.

WhatsApp on the blog said it has partnered with more than 150 national, local and local governments, and organizations such as WHO and UNICEF on Covid-19 help numbers to help connect users to accurate information and resources. He added that more than three billion messages had been sent through these aid calls last year.

“We want to help governments and international organizations connect more people around the world to vaccinate information and services as much as possible, especially those in hard-to-reach or disadvantaged groups. We have also withdrawn payments from sending messages via our WhatsApp Business API, ”WhatsApp said on her blog.

The new WhatsApp sticker pack has a total of 24 stickers. These are beautiful animated stickers with syringes that show the vaccine, health care workers, and signs of celebration. The WhatsApp vaccine package is available to all users, and here’s how to get it.

Open any conversation on WhatsApp and tap on the emoji icon next to the text bar.

In the tray below, tap the third sticker icon.

Here, tap the ‘+’ icon located in the top right corner of the screen.

You will see the Vaccines for All sticker packs at the top of the list.

Just tap the arrow button, and the sticker will be downloaded.

A sticker pack will be found in your collection of stickers.

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