Google Doodle says thank you to coronavirus helpers

Google releases new doodle to say thank you to public health workers during COVID-19.
Google releases new doodle to say thank you to public health workers during COVID-19.

Google has made a change to their logo to thank public health workers across the world during COVID-19.

Today's Google Doodle shows a scientific researcher standing at a podium explaining the 'flattening the curve' analogy.

A love heart is sent to it signifying Google saying thank you to the public health workers and researchers in the scientific community.

Google often changes it's logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries or the lives of famous artists and scientists.

Google says it is launching a series of doodles over the coming weeks to recognise and honour many of those on the front line working to protect people from COVID-19.

It's not the first Google Doodle about COVID-19. On April 4, Google asked people to stay home to save lives.

Google's logo update on April 4 asking people to stay home to save lives.

Google's logo update on April 4 asking people to stay home to save lives.

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