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Research shows, that employees’ poor mental health causes a drop in productivity by 36% and the rise of sick days. In fact, 50% of Millennials leave jobs because of it.
We believe that employees’ emotional hygiene must become a routine and taken care of by outside professionals. ​That’s why we created AOC – a Mental Gym, an objective partner, that helps to build a habit of exercising emotional fitness, anonymously and safely. Employees can train individually, with a community, or cer...

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Covid-19 Innovation Fund. Covid-19 Competition for innovators and startups to develop life-saving healthcare innovations
On March 19th the Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology (MITA) launched a contest "LIFE-SAVING INNOVATIONS: STOP COVID-19" and gave a priority to COVID-19 virus and crisis management projects. Innovators, technology developers, startups and innovative companies were invited to participate and offer solutions based on modern technologies.

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Legion of Gediminas - voluntary assistance from Vilnius residents

Vilnius already had a volunteer IT team of 700 people, but during the first week, Legion of Gediminas was formed and over 6000 addition volunteers joined. They helped to deliver food for elderly, a group of makers created face shields, data analytics worked with predictions, mental health line was created. Gediminas legion established a donation box to collect medical protection items from people which were willing to...

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Assistance for effective remote learning.

Vilnius city municipality have created Google platforms for schools in Vilnius tp facilitate remote learning. Teachers were invitied to online course to help them adapt to remote online teaching, with specific incentives and bonuses in place to encourage professional development. Finally, thousands of pupils were given touchpads, who did not have opportunity to learn remotelly otherwise.

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Digital Lunch&Learn: Public Sector Edition.
“Digital is now!“ – from now on, that’s how we greet every day, because digital transformation went from being our future plan to the present part of our daily work routine. Quarantine has changed how we live and work, therefore GovTech Lab Lithuania and Digital Academy Lithuania invites everyone to spend their Friday lunch break learning something new, useful and prepare themselves for digital present and future. “Digital Lunch&Learn” virt...

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ViLTė chatbot answer questions about Covid-19 from official sources. Truthful, reliable and up-to-date information on emergency, quarantine and coronavirus from official sources is crucial today. In order to facilitate the provision of reliable information to the public in the face of COVID-19 crisis, an automated conversation robot called ViLTė was installed by the Government of Lithuania at www.koronastop.lt.

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National eHealth solution for COVID-19 testing.
All PCR tests related to COVID-19 are processed on national eHealth system. All patients, regardless of where the sample was taken (drive-thru testing, emergency department, fever clinic, or hospital), can access their test results on their patient portal account.Those patients who have been tested at a drive-thru are automatically notified of the test result via SMS, and in case of a positive test – by a doctor's call.

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Combined data from the 2020 pilot population census with dynamic and swift COVID-19 statistics will be available in the near future. In detailed (1 km grid) maps, you will have the possibility to see the most recent information about the total population divided by age and sex, along with the timely data on COVID-19 spread. Detailed data contained in the maps will also be available via open data files. 2. The portal includes the main COVID-19 maps of Lithuania. 3. COVID-19 in Lithuania. Da...

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The State Enterprise Centre of Registers has developed a map of COVID-19 cases with real-time tracking, Statistics Lithuania has updated and complemented the interactive map set for showing accurately the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak. The map displays information on the latest cases, tests performed in real-time, also demographic and certain chronic disease morbidity statistics (Statistics Lithuania, the Institute of Hygiene), Health care resources (Institute of Hygiene), detailed data on ca...

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Data from the Ministry of Health and the national public health center available are addresses, administrative boundaries, population registration data, statistics on health facilities (hospitals, number of beds, equipment available, etc.). Transport data (air, rail, car, road) are also relevant. Our team has created an inventory of the COVID-19 database. Three sets of inventories and a vocabulary based on them have been inventoried.

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