Coronavirus: Portuguese startups pitch in as nation battles pandemic

More than 120 startups join the #tech4COVID19 initiative, offering the public free medical help, meals for the vulnerable, online education and more

Though Covid-19 infection levels in Portugal remain far below those of Italy and Spain, 2,060 cases and 23 deaths had been registered across the country by March 23. The country has avoided forcibly confining the general population to their homes as in neighboring Spain, but schools and most businesses are closed. Citizens, especially the elderly and those at risk, are being advised to stay at home. A number of Portuguese startups are offering free access to services that are ideal for those confined at home or for those participating in national solidarity action to help the most vulnera...
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