WhatsApp, the world's most popular messaging app, has introduced another feature to raise awareness of the Coronavirus epidemic among its more than 2 billion users.
This app has added new stickers called Together at Home.
This update is part of the company's mission to provide users with authentic and helpful updates rather than misinformation.
According to WhatsApp, it is working with the World Health Organization (WHO) to introduce these stickers, which will be available in 10 languages.
These stickers will encourage hand washing, work from home and other social distance measures.
The update comes as Instagram introduces a popular stay home sticker while adding new care reactions to Facebook and Messenger.
Facebook has said in recent days that restricting people to homes during coronavirus measures around the world has led to a significant increase in the use of messaging apps.
That's why WhatsApp has introduced several features in recent days to prevent the spread of false news about the epidemic.
Earlier this month, the WhatsApp ban was further tightened in response to highly forwarded messages to prevent misunderstandings about the Coronavirus outbreak.
It was announced by the company that if a user gets a forwarded message, ie a message that has been forwarded more than 5 times, under this new ban, the user will only be able to forward one chat instead of 5 more chats.
Last year, WhatsApp banned sending a message to up to 5 individual chats.
WhatsApp has introduced the WhatsApp Corona Virus patch on its website to bring authentic information about the coronavirus to as many people as possible, giving people access to accurate information about the rapidly spreading epidemic around the world.
Introduced by WhatsApp, the Coronavirus information feature has been introduced not only in collaboration with global health organizations but also by messaging applications to ensure the provision of accurate information in this feature.
But in addition to providing accurate information to millions of WhatsApp users, the World Health Organization has also introduced a Health Alert or Chatbot that provides statistics, answers to various questions and other information.
For this purpose, save +41 79 893 1892 in phone contact and send a hi message to it, a menu will open in front of you, in which the required information can be obtained through various emojis.