This week Google search: Clapping for health workers have hit an all-time high

People around the world are looking for different things as they remain locked in due to the outbreak of the Covid-19. Google has outlined several Search patterns that people are most searching for this week. The findings are intriguing. Google's confirmed searches for "clapping" have reached an all-time high with people around the world wanting to express support for healthcare providers.

by Niranjani Jesentha Kumari Prabagararaj

Updated: Apr 21, 2020 11:01 IST

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The most famous words for this on Google Search are "clap because we care" and "clap for key workers." This is also the most searched for in the UK, followed by Singapore, Ireland, India, and the UAE. Among the things that children or parents are most looking for, "home science experiments for childrens" increased by 2.600 percent. Google says more than ever, those projects are being hunted.

One fascinating trend in Google Search is people who are trying to improve their sleep patterns. For a very different lifestyle now for millions working from home, managing household tasks and taking care of their babies, sleep patterns have also shifted. "How to fix sleep schedules has become the most searched this week.

People are still searching for virtual field trips because nobody is allowed to go out. Google's Arts and Culture has virtual tours from around the world for the renowned museums. Airbnb has also released its virtual tours version, with online experiences that people can sign up for. People in the U.S. are either looking for how to do TikTok dance or studying science. You're likely to see someone attending TikTok and even families performing TikTok dances, literally. It is no surprise though, as during this lockdown TikTok has become the go-to entertainment device. Protection Status