A German pharmacy produces disinfect with ingredients obtained through wide community outreach.
A platform to collect information and to provide digital tools which support solidarity and mutual assistance
Neighborhood networks help citizens to resist those members of society who use this crisis to discipline, exclude, and make profit.
To tackle the shortage of antiseptics, the Greek Ministry of Health decided to produce disinfectants with confiscated products that are currently at hand.
To meet the growing demands within a country’s health system, a volunteer programme for doctors, nurses, paramedics, psychologists, and students and retirees with a health or nursing background was set up.
The Greek Ministry of Digital Governance initiated the provision of free or low-cost digital services and products by operators, individuals and businesses.
A university published an app that can be used by the public to track symptoms and allows anyone to self-report daily.
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.
An App provides citizens with information on various topics such as symptoms, a map indicating nearby health units and new official news.
The OECD Secretariat is calling for evidence on the release and use of Open Government Data (OGD) in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
This initiative connects the elderly and those in need with volunteers and supermarkets to help them with their groceries.