A new exhibition of Technisches Museum in Vienna, Austria aims to reflect the pandemic on the basis of the Sustainable Development Goals adopted by the United Nations.
To fight fake news around Covid-19, a French project raises awareness for false information regarding the pandemic.
To provide hospitals with missing equipment, an initiative crowdsources necessary materials such as masks and visors.
As many hospital workers in Paris work shifts of 15 hours and more, they are provided with a free cab service.
The Swedish island of Gotland hired a group of armored knights to patrol well-visited places in the region to ensure that tourists adhere to physical distancing measures.
During the crisis, the supermarket chain Monoprix supports medical workers by offering free grocery delivery.
A platform helps citizens to connect with local self-help groups and to issue a call for help in an emergency.
Unus Terra, a serious game against Covid-19 stimulates behavioral changes in the real world by leveraging persuasive design principles.
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.
To organise large-scale Covid-19 testings in Gdansk, a mobile testing centre opened at the University Clinical Center.
In Puglia, Basilicata, Calabria and Sicily, Carrefour supermarkets collect basic necessities for families in need in designated trolleys placed at the checkout counter.
To support the homeless during the coronavirus pandemic, the residents of Naples put baskets outside their windows filled with basic necessities.
To support children with oncological diseases to overcome the boredom during lockdown, the LAD project has created a virtual space for them to share stories, magic, and more.
To support parents and children during the lockdown in Italy, the USL company created a new telephone counseling service.
To ease the loneliness during the lockdown, children painted pictures to be given to retirement home residents as Easter presents.
A project started by the Emilia Romagna region helps children to maintain relationships with each other and strengthens their imagination skills.