Spotting Responses to the Coronavirus
The current news coverage about the coronavirus is focused on the urgent need for social distancing. This is important, but there are also effective problem-solving strategies emerging in communities around the world — and people need to hear about them — both for rapid learning and to stay hopeful and healthy.
Please tell us what responses are happening in your community or others. How are communities, institutions or individuals responding in creative ways? Reducing social isolation? Innovations around testing or treatment? Assistance for families experiencing poverty or lack of access to food or child care? Protections for front line workers? Care for our elders?
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Tell us about a response happening in your community that involves a problem-solving strategy or approach to help people affected medically or socially by the coronavirus.
Which issue area does this response best represent? (NOTE: These categories are based on our taxonomy in our Solution Story Tracker®:
Community & Enterprise Development
Arts & Culture
Information & Communications
Where is this strategy or approach happening (Country)?
Where is this strategy or approach happening?(City/State)?
Please include any other specific details here, such as the name(s) of the organization(s) enacting this response or policy, any useful links, and any success you've seen with the response of policy so far.
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