Today's Google Doodle encourages people to get the Covid vaccine and wear a face mask to save lives

GOOGLE today has dedicated a "Get vaccinated. Wear a mask. Save lives." animation to encourage people to get the Covid jab and wear a face mask.

The tech giant is showing the letters wearing masks while celebrating and jumping with joy after getting the vaccine.

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What is today's Google Doodle?

Today's Covid-inspired Google Doodle urges people to book their slot to get vaccinated and continue following rules to protect themselves and others.

“As COVID-19 continues to impact communities around the world, help stop the spread by finding a local vaccine site and following these steps for prevention,” the tech giant wrote.

The Doodle also provides relevant resources for communities to stay connected and informed on the latest updates on spread of the virus.

To prevent the spread of Covid, today's Google Doodle advises to:

  • Clean your hands often. Use soap and water, or an alcohol-based hand rub.
  • Maintain a safe distance from anyone who is coughing or sneezing.
  • Wear a mask when physical distancing is not possible.
  • Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth.
  • Cover your nose and mouth with your bent elbow or a tissue when you cough or sneeze.
  • Stay home if you feel unwell.
  • If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing, seek medical attention.


It comes after Boris Johnson delayed Freedom Day by four weeks so more Brits can be vaccinated before flinging off the restraints.

The Prime Minister suggested the four-week window will allow the Government to get a grip on Covid ahead of the annual seasonal flu outbreak.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has also announced that plans for autumn booster jabs will be unveiled in the coming weeks.

What is a Google Doodle?

In 1998, the search engine founders Larry and Sergey drew a stick figure behind the second 'o' of Google as a message to that they were out of office at the Burning Man festival and with that, Google Doodles were born.

The company decided that they should decorate the logo to mark cultural moments and it soon became clear that users really enjoyed the change to the Google homepage.

In that same year, a turkey was added to Thanksgiving and two pumpkins appeared as the 'o's for Halloween the following year.

Now, there is a full team of doodlers, illustrators, graphic designers, animators and classically trained artists who help create what you see on those days.

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