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Terraincure Telehealth AppPDF

Terraincure is a Lithuanian initiative that maps out hiking routes, suited for patients recovering from COVID-19, in clean environments worldwide. Around 30% of recovered COVID-19 patients are subsequently diagnosed with respiratory disorders and 10% with circulatory disorders, and other 10% of asymptomatic patients experience long-term effects. By walking on rough terrain with gradual increases in distance and elevation, ideally in an environment unaffected by pollution, the circulatory and respiratory system can be rehabilitated and strengthened.
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SNS Transparency PortalPDF

The Transparency Portal aggregates health data from various entities across Portugal and makes these datasets available to the public. It aims to create transparency and increase efficiency in the national health service (NHS) and enable access to high-quality health data for institutions, citizens, and health professionals.
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Pharmacy MapPDF

This website shows a map with the locations of general, hospital, and veterinary pharmacies in Estonia. Following the 2020 pharmacy reform, many pharmacies in Estonia had to close down and access to medicine became more restricted. This application provides an apt solution to this limitation.
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Kläder efter väderPDF

Kläder efter väder (Clothes after weather) is a mobile application that visualises what types of clothing are best to wear in the current weather. The application is designed for people with cognitive disabilities as they encounter difficulties is dressing appropriately for the forecast.
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Open Data WatchPDF

Open Data Watch is an international, non-profit organization working at the intersection of open data and official statistics. Our work supports the implementation of change in the production and management of official statistical data.
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COVID-19 Data PortalPDF

The European Commission and EMBL’s European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI), together with EU Member States and research partners such as ELIXIR, operate a dedicated European COVID-19 Data Platform that enables the rapid collection and comprehensive data sharing of available research data from different sources for the European and global research communities. It consist of a COVID-19 Data Portal, SARS-CoV-2 Data Hubs and Federated European Genome-phenome Archive.
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Covidata is a website showing various statistics related to the COVID-19 pandemic, such as number of cases, deaths, hospitalisations, and the impact of lockdown measures on these numbers. Although the website is primarily designed to show data from Belgium and monitor how the country is handling the outbreak, international information is available as well. The website provides visualisations and dissects data on multiple levels, for instance by municipality, age group, or epidemic indicators.
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Path CheckPDF

PathCheck is a public health platform designed to offer a digital solution in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, specifically for governments, states, and countries. Its main aim is to contain the spread via technology services, such that communities can quickly and safely be re-opened. The platform makes it possible to receive exposure notifications, trace points of contact through smartphones across the globe, collect epidemiological information and facilitate communication between citizens.
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OpenMRS is a community-driven open data projects specifically designed for reporting on cases and patient outcomes in developing countries. OpenMRS is the major electronic health record system in many countries and can be used for screening, treatment and surveillance efforts. Specifically, users can use the case management tools and contact tracing services to monitor the spread of an epidemiological outbreak. Although primarily designed in response to HIV, the current pandemic has made OpenMRS particularly relevant.
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Open Source Medical Supplies is a website that helps local communities manufacture and distribute medical supplies in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The website offers collaborative environments, detailed information and strategic support for manufacturers, engineers and institutions. These services make quick and effective production and mobilisation of resources across the globe possible to combat the crisis.