As nations close down their boundaries and stockpiling carries on, cases of solidarity are emerging across Europe.
Albania has delivered a set of 30 physicians and nurses to neighboring Italy to aid in the nation’s struggle against the new coronavirus.
The government puts aside a book budget for physicians and nurses, that will be paid each month.
Thousands and thousands of Albanians who immigrated after the collapse of the communist regime in the nation in 1990 have incorporated into Italian culture and Italy has been tremendously supportive of Albania’s integration to the European Union.
Italy was on the frontline of diplomatic answers to the earthquake which killed 51 Albanians in November this past year.
Back in Germany, the college hospital at Essen-Holsterhausen, in North Rhine-Westphalia, is now imagining seriously sick COVID-19 sufferers from France within a state-wide rescue surgery.
And solidarity does not need to have to cross boundaries.
French men and women are showing up en masse reacting to calls from physicians calling for more blood donations.
Blood isn’t just necessary for coronavirus patients but for all the other individuals with severe illnesses that suffer from a reduction in blood donations.
Donors are assessed for the virus and requested to call within two days if they begin to experience symptoms.
In the united kingdom, communities are rallying to encourage medical employees as the coronavirus outbreak puts increased stress on the nation’s health services.
The money donated is spent discounted deliveries from neighborhood restaurants and providers and is very good news for companies who have seen their orders fall in recent weeks.
The team believes they have developed a version that could be reproduced in other regions of the nation.
With more contributions, they expect to expand food deliveries into other London hospitals.