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What the hidden message in JoeBiden.com says – it's masked in the code

Josh Rivera, USA TODAY

It might be the middle of summer, but Joe Biden's campaign is giving us an Easter egg.

Tech news website Mashable took a look at the source code of presidential nominee Joe Biden's official website, and came across a relevant hidden coronavirus message.

The website, which is likely flooded with new visitors after the historic announcement of California Sen. Kamala Harris as Biden's vice presidential running mate for the 2020 election, shows spelling: WEAR A MASK.

JoeBiden.com source code.
JoeBiden.com source code.

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To see the hidden message, you have to go to JoeBiden.com, right click to inspect its source code ("View frame source" if you're using Google Chrome as your browser), and scroll all the way to the bottom.

Below the message, it displays the landing page to buy Biden face masks.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, COVID-19 spreads mainly from person to person through respiratory droplets, which masks may help prevent from spreading.

When looking at the source code of President Donald Trump's website, USA TODAY did not find any message in a similar fashion.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Hidden message in JoeBiden.com reminds you to 'wear a mask'