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Whatsapp in partnership with WHO are giving you “Together at Home” stickers for users to stay connected during COVID-19

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As many continue to stay home and do everything possible to avoid contacting the deadly COVID-19 virus, Whatsapp and The World Health Organisation have you at heart. The two have announced the “Together at Home” sticker pack that will help people stay connected throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. 

Whatsapp says that stickers like these can be funny, educational and universal, breaking through language, age, and other barriers.

Billions of stickers are sent every day on WhatsApp helping people share private thoughts and expressions without even typing a word. Since Whatsapp launched stickers 18 months ago, they have become one of the fastest growing ways people communicate on the platform.

We hope people enjoy using these stickers to check-in on loved ones, particularly those that are feeling isolated, alone, and scared. 


This pack offers creative ways to remind people to wash their hands, maintain distance, exercise, and importantly to celebrate medical heroes as well as the personal heroes in all of our lives.

The “Together at Home” sticker pack is available now within WhatsApp, including with text localized for 9 languages – Arabic, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish.

Source: Whatsapp

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