Google will skip April Fool’s Day pranks this year


In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, Google will not be doing any April Fools’ Day gags tomorrow to avoid causing unnecessary confusion. — AFP

April Fools’ Day is cancelled tomorrow, at least for Google, as it chooses to stay serious in respect to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

Business Insider reported this based on an internal email written to managers, instructing Google teams to skip its annual tradition of running gags across its various services.

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