WhatsApp Vaccines for all Sticker pack introduced: Here’s how to download and send on Android, iOS

WhatsApp stickers are great for chatting with others on the messaging platform. WhatsApp now offers Vaccines for All stickers, which are great for chatting with people on the messaging platform.

These stickers were created in collaboration with WHO. They are similar to the “Together at Home” pack, which was released last year during Coronavirus lockdown.

How do I download and send WhatsApp stickers to my friends?

Stickers are an essential part of WhatsApp’s daily routine and the new WhatsApp Sticker Pack will let people express their feelings about the vaccine. These are the steps to get stickers and begin sending them out:

First: Launch WhatsApp on an Android or iOS phone.

Step 2 – Open the chat window to which you wish to send stickers. You can also use a WhatsApp Group.

Step 3 – On iOS tap the sticker icon beside the type box. Both the stickers and GIFs options will be displayed. Tap the sticker option to see the GIFs. Select the “+” button to open the vaccines for all pack. All you have to do is tap on the Download option, and then you’re good to go.

Step 4 – On Android tap the Emoji icon to select the Stickers option. After that, click on the “+”, download the sticker pack and you’re done.

Step 5 Once you have the “Vaccines For All” WhatsApp Sticker Pack installed, it is easy to start using them by choosing the chat, tapping the sticker icon, going for the stickers and then finally, sending those that are in the pack. The process is the same for iOS and Android.

WhatsApp has a new sticker package and also helps people access vaccine information through helpline numbers. This includes countries like India, South Africa (Argentina), Brazil, South Africa, South Africa, Brazil, Brazil and South Africa. To get more information, call the MyGov Helpline Number (+91-9013151515) in India. You can send a WhatsApp message to the number, and then you’re good to go.

WhatsApp also stated that they won’t charge any fees for the WhatsApp Business API, which allows people to communicate easily about vaccinations.