Facebook encouraging users to get vaccinated, launches new Kovid-19 profile frame
Facebook has launched a new feature to promote Kovid-19 vaccination. Through this, Facebook users can now add a frame in the profile and tell their friends that they have got the Kovid-19 vaccine installed. Facebook has launched this feature to encourage users for Kovid-19 vaccination. Kovid-19 profile stickers have also been launched for this.
Facebook said in the blog that more and more people will come out for the vaccine lane, when they will see that many people are trusting the vaccine. The profile frame will be able to highlight who has taken the vaccine and who has not. Facebook has partnered with the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Partnership with National Health Services in the UK
Facebook, along with National Health Services (NHS), has created a profile frame in the UK. Facebook stated that “We are helping us by working closely with national and global health authorities and using our scale to reach people faster.” So that people get reliable information, vaccination and others can be encouraged to do the same. “
The profile frame has written the message “I got my COVID-19 vaccine” and let’s get vaccinated. Facebook will also show the number of people who have used profile frames.
Instagram also rollout globally sticker
Instagram has also rolled out “Let’s get vaccinated” stickers which can be used in photos, stories and videos. The sticker has been rolled out globally. Facebook has said that one person to another inspires and it also helps to clear up the misconception of vaccination.