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Babbel is opening up its language learning app to students and parents in the US for free, while much of the world waits out the Covid-19 lockdown at home.
The World Health Organisation plans to reach at least 50 million people with a WhatsApp information service that delivers information on demand about the coronavirus and is so successful in South Africa it will be used around the world.
Estonia has begun piloting tech innovations designed to help handle the coronavirus crisis after the government asked hackers to join the fight against the pandemic.
Covid-19: China’s stranded citizens offered medical advice via free service from Alibaba founder Jack Ma
The service has been launched as China has come under a growing pressure from imported cases having seemingly bought the domestic outbreak under control. It is Jack Ma’s latest effort to combat the virus having already donated masks and test kits to other countries.
The South Korean superstars will host 30 language lessons in an effort to "make it easy and fun for global fans who have difficulty enjoying BTS's music and contents due to the language barrier".
Covid-19: Chinese people overseas are turning to online health platforms amid global coronavirus panic
This surge follows increasing demand for online health services at home amid the coronavirus outbreak — which can be spread by human water droplets.
China's Ping An Good Doctor said its healthcare venture with ride hailing firm Grab plans to hire hundreds of doctors in Indonesia after the spread of the coronavirus caused demand for online consultations in the country to almost double.
MDEC has provided a list of e-learning platforms as it urges students to keep studying while away from school as per the movement control order (MCO).
English teacher Carole Detemple had three days to tear up the teaching playbook as she knew it and create a virtual classroom in which to educate pupils confined to their Paris apartments by the coronavirus.
At Lazada, the Southeast Asian arm of Alibaba Group Holding, staff are furious over demands they submit health reports daily and other coronavirus-prevention steps seen as too invasive, highlighting a long-running culture clash with management from China.