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Facebook releases new emoji reaction for coronavirus crisis

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Social media company Facebook released a new emoji reaction for people to use during the COVID-19 crisis.
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Beginning Friday, Facebook and Messenger are launching a new β€˜Care’ reaction to allow people to show support during COVID-19. Katie Johnston reports.

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