The librarians from Tallinn Central Library read books to children over the phone, Skype or Facebook until the government-imposed isolation ends.
Portugal gives temporary citizenship rights to migrants and asylum seekers to grant them equal access to the health care and social security system.
Artificial Intelligence can be used to create disease prevention maps. They provide information on where outbreaks may occur and the potential spread of disease.
A Facebook page provides a community with reliable information. The quality is ensured by a diverse team connecting health services, the police and the clergy.
A project which was developed during the German government’s Hackathon empowers music and theatre ensembles to rehearse at home and to perform live on a digital stage in front of an audience.
The Education and School Institution in Bologna keeps in touch with children and parents in order to maintain the relationship with them.
To overcome the shortage of protective equipment in the elderly care unit in the City of Malmö, government employees used 3D printers to find a solution.
The German Interdisciplinary Association of Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine publishes a daily report about the situation in German hospitals.