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Published 22.06.2020 16:19
In Tanzania the tech community has been mobilised to produce PPE.
Lillian Madeje and Zuweina Farah, organizers of an annual tech conference in Tanzania have mobilized the national tech community to come together to start producing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Thus far they have managed to supply 27 hospitals across 6 regions with 3D printed facemasks. They are now looking into…
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Published 04.06.2020 11:56
In Mauritius, a chemical company has launched a disinfection tunnel designed by Mauritian engineers.
The company, Blychem created to the device to disinfect people as they enter office, meeting, and entertainment spaces, in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19. The tunnel is capable of fully disinfecting a person, their clothes and personal belongings in five to seven seconds.
Published 27.05.2020 17:11
Google and Facebook employees can work from home for the rest of 2020.
Google originally said it would keep its work from home policy until 1 June, but is extending it for seven more months. Facebook said it would reopen its offices on 6 July as coronavirus lockdowns are gradually lifted. Previously, Amazon and Microsoft also extended its work from home policy, offering…
Published 18.05.2020 15:11
An Asian-American organization donated 1,000 N95 respirator masks from South Korea to first responders in Saddle Brook, U.S.
A Saddle Brook police officer said that the donation was for the government body and the police department who provide continuing support.
Published 11.05.2020 15:30
In Turin, Italy, a pharmacy is screening customers for temperature and mask.
Stores and pharmacies are dealing with social distancing since the European country hardest-hit by the pandemic began a gradual lifting of lockdown. It entered Phase-2 on May 4th. Factories resumed activity immediately and parks were reopened. Exercise outside is also permitted and people can visit relatives. Museums, trailers and libraries…
Published 26.04.2020 20:20
In Chicago, Uber and Lyft provide free rides for those escaping domestic abuse.
Ride-hailing companies together donated over $20,000. The money goes to the IL Domestic Violence Hotline, which connects services for those seeking transportation to flee a violent situation, which includes domestic violence and human trafficking. After a call, operators deploy Uber or Lyft to pick up a rider.

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