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To fight fake news around Covid-19, a French project raises awareness for false information regarding the pandemic.
A website launched by the city administration of Rheinfelden gives its citizens an overview of local support services.
To provide hospitals with missing equipment, an initiative crowdsources necessary materials such as masks and visors.
To show solidarity to medical staff during the crisis, a group of volunteers mobilized to bring prepared meals to hospital workers.
A crowdfunding platform encourages the financing of solidarity initiatives and projects during the Covid-19 crisis.
A platform helps citizens to connect with local self-help groups and to issue a call for help in an emergency.
The Lake Erie Cyclefest is spread out over two months allowing participants to complete their rides without causing large crowds, where the virus could spread.
A photo gallery shows a variety of creative ideas on how people encourage physical distancing around the world.
To meet the needs of essential workers on the frontlines of the pandemic, Makers For Veterans (CAMVETS) set up a programme to create innovative solutions.
A robot greets visitors in an Austrian care home, takes their temperature and reminds them of wearing a mask.
A toolkit for virtual meeting facilitation supports moderators and facilitators in making the most of online formats.
To show medical workers their gratitude, a platform offers a way to provide them with a free holiday at a holiday residence.
To provide people with enjoyable moments during the coronavirus crisis, the artist Aoife Dunne displays his digital installation in their homes upon request.
Fabrique Citoyenne in Rennes, France set up a website highlighting how residents can support each other and their community.
A Facebook group set up by the OSMS Medical Team shares promising open-source designs for key supplies during the Covid-19 pandemic.
In Puglia, Basilicata, Calabria and Sicily, Carrefour supermarkets collect basic necessities for families in need in designated trolleys placed at the checkout counter.