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 reduce the rate of infection and help people avoid infection, Bluetooth can be used to detect users when get close enough to infect each other.
To decrease human interactions of health workers, drones were used to transport medical supplies.
To support those who experience an increasing pressure in their personal or professional life, The Viennese Association of Psychotherapy offers help.
The French project Open Diplomacy started a public platform to discuss the geopolitical effects of Covid-19.
Artificial Intelligence can be used to create disease prevention maps. They provide information on where outbreaks may occur and the potential spread of disease.
An international taskforce designed an intensive care unit inside a 20-foot shipping container that can be quickly deployed in cities around the world.
A social initiative provides places to stay for medical and Red Cross teams so they don’t have to worry about transportation, commuting, or exposing their families to the virus.