October 31 and November 1 was the weekend when Slovakia held a nation-wide COVID-19 testing.
In just two days, 3.6 million citizens have been tested in every municipality throughout the entire country. But how did Resco help with this massive operation aiming to slow down the spread of the virus?
In 2008, the United Nations declared August 19 as World Humanitarian Day (WHD) in commemoration of the 2003 bomb attack on the UN headquarters in Baghdad, Iraq, killing 22 humanitarians. Since then, it’s a day for recognizing and celebrating those working relentlessly on making the world a better place for the less privileged, often even risking their lives to do so.
All over the world, we’re still in the middle of fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, which makes the work of humanitarian activists and organizations ever so challenging and dangerous. This year’s WHD focuses on these #RealLifeHeroes, who continue to protect and save lives despite the risks and threats posed by the pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic is one of the biggest challenges we have faced in the modern era. Governments are now starting to carefully consider lifting some of the restrictions and lockdowns, but the coronavirus is probably going to stay around for some time. As scientists and health experts point out – until the vaccine comes, we will likely have to adapt to new conditions. This “new standard” will also impact the enterprise, and it won’t be just a short term change. So, how can mobility and, more specifically, Resco technology help you to overcome these unparalleled times?
How is the testing of the coronavirus handled in your country?
The USA has tested close to 2 million people up to this date (April 7). That is almost half the population of Resco’s homeland country, Slovakia. Diagnostic tests are now performed in ways we have never imagined. From drive-thrus and tents outside hospitals to door-to-door testing in less developed areas.
Smart testing with Inspections Health Check template
We have found ourselves in an unprecedented situation. And Resco would like to give a hand to everyone who’s doing their best to fight COVID-19 – whether providing services that keep us safe or handling essential jobs thanks to which all of us can stay connected. Continue reading →
As I’m typing these words, many of you – our customers, partners, prospects, and supporters – have likely already experienced various countermeasures implemented around the world to stop the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus).
In light of these events we would like to assure you that we are fully prepared to continue our operations during the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading →