The coronavirus not only threatens our physical health, many of us need support to boost their mental, physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing.
To make it possible for families to reunite at least virtually, the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde are supplying their wards with 100 iPads, complete with FaceTime, Skype and Zoom.
To provide hospitals with missing equipment, an initiative crowdsources necessary materials such as masks and visors.
A worldwide Innovation Map was launched to provide citizens with an overview of innovations helping to adapt to life during the coronavirus pandemic.
To help a broad public gain knowledge regarding medical issues, a publisher offers free downloads of selected literature.
The United Nations Development Programme and Hackster.io join forces with the world’s brightest technology companies to develop solutions for those who will be hardest hit by this pandemic.
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.
The Education and School Institution in Bologna keeps in touch with children and parents in order to maintain the relationship with them.
Taking care of your health and watching your vital parameters is one of the most important tasks during this current crisis. Especially for vulnerable social groups with pre-existing conditions or other risk factors, this can
An initiative set up the largest database of requests for medical facilities and retirement homes in Slovakia. Within one month of its founding, the initiative managed to provide protective equipment and devices worth 1.3 million EUR.
To reduce the risk of infection, passengers no longer have to touch the door openers of metros, trams, and buses.