The government response tracker is designed to help researchers, policymakers and citizens understand whether increasingly strict measures affect the rate of infection, and identify what causes governments to implement stricter or less strict measures.
A worldwide Innovation Map was launched to provide citizens with an overview of innovations helping to adapt to life during the coronavirus pandemic.
People who source the latest contacts of newly quarantined patients help to fight the outbreak of Covid-19.
Several philanthropic networks in Europe have joined up to share knowledge and provide guidance on effective philanthropic responses to Covid-19.
To reinforce the adherence to government policies by making them more normal and more obvious, the “Nudge theory” can be applied.
To inform civil servants about the city’s measures and projects during the coronavirus pandemic, the city government created a YouTube channel for its employees.
An App provides citizens with information on various topics such as symptoms, a map indicating nearby health units and new official news.
In Glasgow, the City Council and the city’s Health and Social Care Partnership called for people to help out in home care services and residential homes.