WhatsApp introduced stickers back in 2018, giving users another way to express themselves. The messaging app isn’t stopping here though, as it’s just announced a partnership with the World Health Organization to launch a new sticker pack.
The Together At Home sticker pack contains a number of suitable stickers to reflect the current coronavirus-induced working and living situation. The sticker pack covers everything from video chat and working from home to yoga and washing your hands.
The Together At Home sticker pack should be available to download right now on Android and iOS, and is available in 10 languages. These languages are: Arabic, English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish.
This isn’t the only coronavirus-related measure WhatsApp has taken in recent weeks, as it’s also rolling out a COVID-19 info bot after a successful trial in South Africa. The company has also raised the limit of group audio and video calls to eight participants this week, with the change being pushed out now.
WhatsApp says it’s also launching stickers based on the Japanese character Rilakkuma. This will be available starting from today as well.