The present Google Doodle celebrates all general health laborers and scientists over the globe working in the battle against the novel coronavirus.
The tribute is the first in another Google Doodle series launched today to respect those working on the front lines of the outbreak.
“Today, we’d like to say: To all the public health workers and to researchers in the scientific community, thank you,” Google notes.
“As COVID-19 continues to impact communities around the world, people are coming together to help one another now more than ever.
Over the coming weeks, we’re launching a Doodle series to recognize and honor many of those on the front lines,” it includes.
A few nations have been paying aggregate public tributes, for example, in Spain, Italy and the U.K., where at assigned occasions, inhabitants clap from the windows and balconies of their homes to express appreciation to all human services laborers in their separate nations.
In excess of 100 specialists and nurses around the globe have lost their lives while treating patients, including in any event one specialist a week ago in the U.S., who was the first emergency doctor to have died after demonstrating COVID-19 symptoms.
At any rate 66 specialists have died in Italy, one of the most exceedingly awful hit countries on the planet.
Both Italy and Spain have seen in excess of 9,000 clinical specialists infected, while in any event 13 specialists have died in China, where the infection was first announced.