From Coranavirus To Women's Day: When Google Doodle Was Just On-point; Check Them Out

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Today, Google Doodle presents the doctor who first informed the world about the advantage of washing hands. Take a look at times when Google doodle was perfect!

Written By Alifiya Shaiwala | Mumbai | Updated On:
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As the world is fighting the novel Coronavirus outbreak, Google has celebrated the doctor who first discovered handwashing benefits by presenting a unique Google doodle. Google remembered the well-known physician Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis, the man who first told the world about the advantages of washing hands. Let's look at the times when Google doodle was just on-point. 

Every time Google doodle was just on point 

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Today's Google Doodle is about the doctor who first informed the world about advantage of washing hands 

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Google celebrated Women's day by presenting a beautiful doodle that represents history of this powerful celebration and the significance it has for women across generations.   

Only recently, Google also took up the #Safehands challenge shelled out by the World Health Organization to stay safe during the Coronavirus outbreak.

It also said, 'If you're in the U.S., the #GoogleAssistant will sing you a tune for the @WHO-recommended handwashing timing through your smart display, smart speaker, or phone (Android and iOS).'

Google celebrated the first day of Spring on March 19

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Google celebrated Argentine poet- Olga Orozco's 100th birthday

When Google celebrated Algerian artist- Mohammed Khadda's 90th birthday

When Google celebrated St. David’s Day

 

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