On Monday, Google shared the Doodle to express gratitude to all medical workers and people in the scientific community for facing huge obstacles and racing against time to help us deal with the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. The graffiti shows the first letter of the Google word, and the last letter emits a heart emoji. The letter is designed to resemble a scientist or researcher giving a speech on a podium, and may share breakthrough discoveries about the COVID-19 vaccine. Google India also posted tweets about graffiti.

The search giant stated on its Doodles archive page that the latest Doodle is part of a series of albums it has released to commemorate frontline reporters at the “World Immunization Week” celebrated in the last week of April each year.

Twitterati expressed their appreciation and support through comments. User Anubhav Yadav said: “Public health workers are God’s hands on the earth.”

Another user Venkatesapalani Thangavelu praised Google’s efforts and said it’s time to consider ways to eliminate COVID-19 for everyone.

Google India’s Twitter handler often publishes recommendations and guidelines to raise people’s awareness of the epidemic.

Earlier today, Google CEO Sundar Pichai tweeted that he was frustrated to see India’s worsening COVID-19 crisis and vowed to support the country’s fight against the deadly disease. He added that Google will provide Rs. Provided 1.35 billion Canadian dollars in aid to non-governmental organizations to help fight.

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The daily number of COVID-19 cases in India has once again remained above 300,000 marks. On Sunday, the country recorded more than 3.502 million new COVID-19 cases and 2812 deaths. This is the fifth consecutive day that the country has recorded more than 300,000 cases.

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