Politicians, policy makers and public servants have never faced a situation like this. They immediately need policies that really work. Best practices can serve as an inspiration, a starting point and a proof of concept.
Qualified doctors from foreign countries help Germany to overcome its shortage on medical personnel.
The European Commission looks for tech and innovative companies to find a solution treating, testing and monitoring the coronavirus outbreak.
Code For Germany, a network of groups of volunteers (Labs), published a handbook for governments about challenges and possible solutions for crisis management.
The Greek Ministry of Digital Governance initiated the provision of free or low-cost digital services and products by operators, individuals and businesses.
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 platform helps businesses identify the support programmes for which they can apply and describes the necessary steps.
A government-supported initiative is calling for volunteers to assist citizens by safely delivering essential goods and supplies.