There is a new way to say thank you during coronavirus infections.
Twitter has released a new emoji to help people show their appreciation for the frontline workers or anyone else who has helped in these difficult times.
Emoji appears whenever users type “thank you” or “#gratitude” or any variation of the hashtags.
The idea for a new emoji came after people saw an increase in the use of the words “thank you” or “thank you” on the social media site. People.com says.
Twitter Began to look Thanks to an increase in early March, the coronavirus virus spread across the United States. The use of praying hands emojis rose 50 percent, while the use of clapping hands rose 10 percent.
On Tuesday, the social networking company posted a post, “Who do we see people expressing gratitude for? The most common word is everyone. “
“Everyone is an essential worker. Everyone who helped. Everyone in the healthcare industry. Everyone who reached out. Everyone. “
This is not the first time Twitter is mobilizing support for leading workers. In March, the company promoted users Tweet the applause hand emoji On World Health Day to show support for health workers.