Coodinating childcare/at home learning like we would a food tree for a death/sickness through our religious organizations.
You can use the [email protected] app on your personal computer to run simulations that help researchers learn more about diseases like Alzheimer’s, Ebola, and others, and develop treatments and cures for those diseases. It runs in the background, and helps speed up research by utilizing your unused processing power.
Asking Zoom video conferencing management to provide free accounts to healthcare experts during this national emergency so they can host sessions to educate the public.
Creating age appropriate, educational and fun activities for kids and parents, accessible for free to all. A free online forum can support this by encouraging idea sharing a and/or tips and tricks as people try activities on the list.
Educate the younger generations who immune from the virus through apps that have the ability to be shared through video (ex: Tik Tok, Instagram). Consider them as microlearning videos for the community to share.
Gamifying research - FoldIt has downloadable games where you can solve puzzles that aim to create antiviral proteins against diseases like Coronavirus. The most promising solutions are then developed and tested as the first step toward potential treatments for these diseases.
Amber alert type information. Everyone has a cell phone but not a lot have Internet.
We can help from home by using existing software such as, Ancestery.com, to chart our coming/going to electronically connect the virus locations with people who were exposed in a systematic, large-scale manner.