Many governments have implemented social distancing and quarantine. These best practices help to provide entertainment and distraction while complying with the imposed measures.
Fans of a German football club are replaced in the stadiums by cardboard cutouts. This project supports local businesses and charities.
As a children’s museum had to close its doors during the crisis, it decided to transform its website to an online gallery where children who are at home can display their work.
A real-time dashboard provides users with updates on all relevant news and information on social media regarding the spread of and the fight against Covid-19 in Tunisia.
By providing fun and education to kids and parents stuck at home during the coronavirus outbreak, #SaveWithStories collects funds for children in need.
The librarians from Tallinn Central Library read books to children over the phone, Skype or Facebook until the government-imposed isolation ends.
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.