WhatsApp releases sticker pack “Vaccines for All” are a collection of 23 different and unique stickers.
WhatsApp released a new set of stickers in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO) called “Vaccines for All.” This was done to raise awareness of the country’s ongoing COVID-19 vaccination campaign and to appreciate the efforts made by health professionals.
The stickers offer people a fun and creative way to communicate and privately express feelings of joy, relief and hope after sharing information related to COVID-19 vaccines.
WHO Digital Channel Team Leader Andy Pattison said the launch of the new stickers is intended to encourage more people to get vaccinated against the disease.
The COVID-19 helplines, created on WhatsApp, have also begun offering information about the vaccine and registration.
“We want to help governments and international organizations connect as many people around the world as possible to vaccination information and services, especially those in hard-to-reach places or in marginalized groups. We have also eliminated the fee for sending messages through our WhatsApp Business API,” WhatsApp said in a statement.
How to send stickers
Open WhatsApp on your Android or iOS phone, and then open the chat window or WhatsApp group you want to send stickers to.
On iOS, click on the sticker icon next to the type field. You’ll see both options, GIFs and stickers, tap on the latter. Now select the ‘+’ icon, and then you’ll see the Vaccines for All package. Just click on the download option and you’re done.
On Android, click on the emoji icon and select the stickers option. After that, click on the ‘+’ icon, download the new sticker pack, and you’re done. After installing the new WhatsApp “Vaccines for All” sticker pack, you can easily start sending them to people: select the chat > tap on the sticker icon > find your stickers and finally send the ones that are in the new pack. The same situation is observed for both Android and iOS.