Google’s latest Doodle is promoting one: wearing a face mask.
Replacing the company’s logo on Wednesday, the Doodle sees the letters of Google’s name grow little legs and flip around to don a mask each, with the final latecomer ‘e’ eventually wearing a mask and throwing up a heart sign.
Clicking on the Doodle takes you through to a page of health information aimed at quelling the spread of COVID-19, provided by the government of the country you’re in or the World Health Organisation, beneath a short statement from Google: “Wear a mask. Save lives.”
If you’re searching from the UK, where face masks are now mandatory inside shops and supermarkets and on public transport, you’ll see health information provided by the …
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