WhatsApp partners WHO to launch Covid-19 vaccine sticker pack

The new “Vaccines for All” WhatsApp sticker pack has 24 stickers in total, and is available for users globally. 

| Updated on: Aug 21 2022, 16:16 IST
“Vaccines for All” WhatsApp sticker pack
“Vaccines for All” WhatsApp sticker pack (WhatsApp)
“Vaccines for All” WhatsApp sticker pack
“Vaccines for All” WhatsApp sticker pack (WhatsApp)

WhatsApp has launched a new sticker pack in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO). The new WhatsApp sticker pack is called “Vaccines for All”, and it's aimed at spreading awareness about the Covid-19 vaccine.

WhatsApp in a blog said that it has partnered with over 150 national, state and local governments, and organizations like WHO and UNICEF on Covid-19 helplines to help connect users to accurate information and resources. It added that over 3 billion messages have been sent through these helplines in the past year.

“We want to help governments and international organizations connect as many people around the world to vaccine information and services as possible, especially those in hard-to-reach places or in marginalized groups. We've also waived the fees that come from sending messages through our WhatsApp Business API,” WhatsApp said in its blog.

The new WhatsApp sticker pack has a total of 24 stickers. These are cute animated stickers featuring syringes indicating the vaccine, healthcare workers, and signs of celebration. The WhatsApp vaccine sticker pack is available for all users, and here's how to get it.

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

In the bottom tray, tap on the third icon for stickers.

Here, tap on the ‘+' icon that's located on the top right corner of the screen.

You'll see the Vaccines for All sticker pack on top of the list.

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

The sticker pack will be available in your collection of stickers.

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First Published Date: 07 Apr, 15:18 IST
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