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Inclusion, Lockdown,
Published 17.06.2020 15:51
In Venezuela, volunteers of the NGO Convite are delivering food to the elderly.
The NGO created the project “Plan Buen Vecino” when the Covid-19 pandemic started to help the elderly who live in Caracas alone. 1,000 meals are delivered per week.
Lockdown,
Published 31.05.2020 11:22
In Puerto Rico, the elderly receive a basic food basket from the community health clinic Prymed.
PryMed is one of the community health clinics that have received donations from the Puerto Rico Community Foundation to support a coronavirus prevention and containment strategy among the elderly. The basic food baskets have non-perishable products which were delivered to the houses of the elderly.
Health, Lockdown,
Published 26.05.2020 12:28
In Brazil, elderly people can call “Disque 100” if they feel lonely.
The telephone number to report human rights violations began to answer calls from elderly people who want to talk and lessen the feeling of loneliness during the quarantine. The service is free and available 24 hours a day.
Lockdown,
Published 25.05.2020 07:36
In Veneto region, northern Italy, the government has launched a TV campaign entitled “Happy Hour?” to raise awareness on social distancing.
The video shows young people taking off their masks to talk to friends, sharing drinks, toasting or greeting each other followed by the image of a hospital bed and a message: “everything will be halted again”. In Italy, lockdown was eased on May 22 and some people returned to their…
Lockdown,
Published 23.05.2020 15:48
In Argentina, a collaborative network of volunteers helps the elderly.
The #MayoresCuidados project brings together volunteers to talk to the elderly on the phone during the quarantine imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic. The aim is to offer company so that the elderly do not feel lonely. In addition, volunteers can help by going shopping for food and medicines or walking…
Lockdown,
Published 15.05.2020 13:30
In Rwanda, the government has partially lifted the country’s Covid-19 lockdown which started on March 22.
During the lockdown residents were only allowed to leave their homes in search of essential services such as medical assistance and groceries. However from the 4th of May businesses have been allowed to reopen and people will be allowed to move freely between 5am and 8pm. Permission will be required…
Lockdown,
Published 11.05.2020 19:45
Spain implemented a 4-step plan for easing lockdown on May 11, after almost two months of one of Europe’s strictest restrictions.
Each phase will last at least two weeks and will be granted by regions. In Phase 1, museums, gyms and hotels will reopen but their common areas will remain closed and restaurants and terraces will reopen at a third of their capacity. In Phase 2, malls, cinemas and theatres will…
Lockdown,
Published 09.05.2020 19:01
In Botswana, members of the public will be required to put on masks in public places from the 8th of May.
The government will be starting the gradual easing up of the lockdown regulations. In the wake of news there have been questions on the availability of masks in the market, but the Director of Health Services, Dr Malaki Tshipayagae has assured Batswana that homemade cloth masks are adequate.

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