Open source solutions

This page contains a growing list of open source software and hardware solutions to help medical staff, public administrations, businesses and citizens in their daily activities. They are related to the following domains:

  • APIs: APIs to integrate data-tracking solutions on the outbreak to your website
  • Call for projects/ideas: platforms to gather ideas & projects that tackle  COVID-19-related problems
  • CEF Building Blocks: the CEF Building Blocks offer basic digital capabilities that can be used in any European project to facilitate the delivery of digital public services across borders
  • Contact tracing: apps helping health authorities to limit the transmission of coronavirus or citizens in finding out whether they are at risk of contamination
  • Daily life: useful open source apps and software helping citizens to adapt to social distancing and new reality
  • Information BOT: open source chatbots collecting information about the COVID-19 crisis
  • Medical Services: open source solutions that help solve problems in healthcare services
  • My Health: open source solutions helping citizens to stay healthy
  • Open Source Hardware: open source hardware providing equipment to medical services
  • Remote work: open source software helping citizens and businesses to work from home
  • Research: open source solutions to assist scientific research against COVID-19
  • Resources: open source repositories collecting useful software
  • Updated data on the outbreak: platforms collecting up-to-date and reliable data on the COVID-19 outbreak
  • Volunteering: open source platforms helping to identify volunteering opportunities to support local communities.

If you know of any other open source solutions helping to tackle COVID-19, let us know here or drop us an email at ISA2@ec.europa.eu.

In order to ease the navigation and search of solutions, solutions might be present in more than one custom page or more than one category.

APIs

Name: Coronavirus Tracker API
Published by/Owner: Developer (ExpDev07)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: API for tracking COVID-19 outbreak

Name: covid-19-api
Published by/Owner: Civic Information Office
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: API for tracking COVID-19 outbreak

Name: COVID2019-API
Published by/Owner: Developer (Nuttaphat Arunoprayoch)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: API for tracking COVID-19 outbreak

Name: COVID-19 GraphQL API
Published by/Owner: Developer (Ryan Lindskog)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: API for tracking COVID-19 outbreak

Name: COVID-19 Spain API
Published by/Owner: Developer (elias-garcia)
Geographical coverage: Spain
Description: REST API for centralizing data from daily reports made by the Spanish government about the COVID-19 pandemic and opening them for further analysis. 

Name: Exposure Notifications API
Published by/Owner: Apple and Google
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Exposure Notifications API.

Name: Project Lockdown
Published by/Owner: The IO Foundation
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description:  Project Lockdown is a monitoring platform with an open source API proposing insights on the measures and policy implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic throughout the world that may violate or affect Human and Digital Rights. 
Name: Sampling of APIs to track COVID-19
Published by/Owner: Wendell Santos
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: This article gathers information on over 50 APIs to track COVDI-19 and it is regularly updated.

 

Call for projects / ideas

Name: Call for code
Published by/Owner: IBM
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Global contest for coders to develop open-source solutions to fight COVID-19. Submissions are accepted until the 31st of July. Selected solutions will receive funding and support from IBM.
Name: PathCheck
Published by/Owner: PathCheck Foundation
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: The Pathcheck foundatation's repository aims to gather open source software, standards, and public health programs that help contain the pandemic, restart the economy, and protect individual freedom and privacy.
Name: Your Priorities - Online Decision-Making and Deliberation
Published by/Owner: Citizens Foundation (Iceland) -
Citizens Foundation America
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Your Priorities is an open-source online idea generation and deliberation platform that connects governments & nonprofits with citizens. Your Priorities has been used to improve decision-making in hundreds of projects in 20 countries by over 1.5 million people for the past 11 years.

 

CEF Building Blocks

Name: CEF Big Data Test Infrastructure
Published by/Owner: European Commission
Geographical coverage: Europe
Description: A ready-to-use, scalable virtual environment allowing public administrations to experiment with and analyse big datasets for data-driven insights on COVID-19 policy-making.

Name: CEF Context Broker
Published by/Owner: European Commission
Geographical coverage: Europe
Description: An API that can integrate data from multiple systems, turning widely collected data into real-time patient tracking, contagion maps and predictive analyses.

Name: CEF eArchiving
Published by/Owner: European Commission
Geographical coverage: Europe
Description: Provides the core specifications, software, training and knowledge to tackle the challenge of short, medium and long-term data storage, management and reuse.

Name: CEF eDelivery 
Published by/Owner: European Commission
Geographical coverage: Europe
Description: Helps public administrations and businesses exchange data and documents across borders and at the national level via AS4 Access Points, based on the AS4 messaging protocol.

Name: CEF eID
Published by/Owner: European Commission
Geographical coverage: Europe
Description: Allows public administrations and private service providers to easily extend the use of their online services to citizens from other Member States, in line with the eIDAS Regulation.

Name: CEF eInvoicing
Published by/Owner: European Commission
Geographical coverage: Europe
Description: Promotes the successful uptake of electronic invoicing in Europe, respecting the European standard on electronic invoicing and Directive 2014/55/EU on electronic invoicing in public procurement.

Name: CEF eSignature
Published by/Owner: European Commission
Geographical coverage: Europe
Description: Allows public administrations, businesses, and citizens to electronically sign any document, anywhere in Europe, at any time, in line with the eIDAS Regulation for e-signatures, e-seals and related services offered by Trust Service Providers.

Name: CEF eTranslation
Published by/Owner: European Commission
Geographical coverage: Europe
Description: A machine translation tool that can translate between all official EU languages, Icelandic and Norwegian.

Name: CEF European Blockchain Services Infrastructure (EBSI)
Published by/Owner: European Commission
Geographical coverage: Europe
Description: The EBSI will be materialised as a network of distributed nodes across Europe (the blockchain), to deliver EU-wide cross-border public services using blockchain technology.

Name: CEF Once Only Principle
Published by/Owner: European Commission
Geographical coverage: Europe
Description: Reduces administrative burden for businesses and citizens by ensuring that citizens and businesses provide diverse data only once in contact with public administrations.

 

Contact tracing

Name: APTURI COVID
Published by/Owner: MakIT for the Centre for Disease Prevention and Control of Latvia
Geographical scope: Latvia
Description: Decentralised contact tracing app for Latvian residents. relies on the Apple+Google Exposure Notifications API.

Name: CORONA-WARN-APP
Published by/Owner: German Federal Government and private companies
Geographical scope: Germany
Description: On-going development of a German contact tracing app for the public. This decentralised solution relies on the Apple+Google Exposure Notifications API.

Name: Coronalert
Published by/Owner: Belgian government
Geographical coverage: Belgium
Description: Coronalert is a free mobile app, aiming at slowing down the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The Coronalert app uses technology to speed up contact detection in Belgium. 

Name: COVID19 ZostanZdravy
Published by/Owner: Slovak National Health Information Centre
Geographical coverage: Slovakia
Description: Centralized solution that relies on Bluetooth/BLE (proximity tracing) and GPS location developed by Slovak volunteers/experts (in partnership with Sygic) for the Slovak National Health Information Centre (state-funded organization founded by the Slovak Ministry of Health).

Name: Covid radar
Published by/Owner: Spanish government
Geographical scope: Spain
Description: The Covid Radar mobile app allow you to get information on your level of exposure to the coronavirus, calculated according to whether you came across people with a confirmed diagnosis in the previous 14 days.
NameCOVID Tracker App
Published by/Owner: Government of Ireland
Geographical scope: Ireland
Description: Mobile application that provides public health advice and contact-tracing notifications to its users.
Name: COVTRACER 
Published by/Owner: RISE joint venture
Geographical scope: Cyprus
Description: Using location tracing, COVTRACER is a contact tracing app that has been extended in Cyprus for people without limited movements (nurses, doctors, police officer …)

Name: Data for Mobility Changes in Response to COVID-19
Published by/Owner: Descartes Lab
Geographical coverage: United States
Description: Mobility statistics (representing the distance a typical member of a given population moves in a day) at the US state and county level.

Name: Decentralized Privacy-Preserving Proximity Tracing 
Published by/Owner: Developer (DP-3T)
Geographical coverage: Worlwide
Description: Decentralized Privacy-Preserving Proximity Tracing (DP-3T) is a proposal for a secure and decentralized privacy-preserving proximity tracing system. Its goal is to simplify and accelerate the process of identifying people who have been in contact with an infected person, thus providing a technological foundation to help slow the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

NameDiAry
Published by/Owner: University of Urbino, Italy 
Geographical scope: Worldwide
Description: “Digital Arianna”, diAry, is a web-app that allows to track movements relevant to the containment of the diffusion of COVID-19. To address the diffusion of the virus, the app traces back all the locations and people that the user has met during the incubation period. All data is saved on the personal device of the user, who can decide to examine, export and eventually intersect them with information of public utility.
Name: eRouška 
Published by/Owner: COVID19CZ 
Geographical scope: Czechia
Description: Decentralised contact tracing app for Czech residents.

Name: GNU Health
Published by/Owner: GNU Solidario
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: GNU Health is a Libre Health and Hospital Information system, with a strong focus on Public Health. It combines the socioeconomic determinants of health with state-of-the-art technology in bioinformatics and clinical genetics. Among other functionalities, GNU Health provides the functionality of georeferencing the Domiciliary Units and contact tracing of infected persons.

Name: Google Exposure Notifications Verification Server
Published by/Owner: Google
Geographical scope: Worldwide
Description: Google's reference implementation for an Exposure Notifications verification server is part of the broader Google Exposure Notifications system. The open source component provides reference code for development of Android and iOS contact-tracing apps by public health authorities.
Name: IMMUNI 
Published by/Owner: Bending Spoons
Geographical scope: Italy
Description: Decentralised contact tracing app for Italian residents.
Name: Koronavilkku
Published by/Owner: Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare
Geographical scope: Finland
Description: Koronavilkku is a contact to help  find out whether users have been exposed to coronavirus.
Name: NHS COVID-19
Published by/Owner: British governement
Geographical scope: England
Description: The App has been designed to assist in stopping the spread of Covid-19 in England, by anonymously contacting people who have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.

Name: Open-source tools for tracking healthcare workers' locations during the COVID-19 pandemic
Published by/Owner: Databrew LLC
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Databrew has identified tools to compile a simple framework of open-source tools for tracking healthcare workers' locations. It's a system for tracking the locations of healthcare workers so that when one gets sick, public health agencies, hospitals, ministries, and any organization managing workers who are at high risk of infection, can see where the worker has been and therefore whom they may have exposed.

Name: Pan-European Privacy-Preserving Proximity Tracing
Published by/Owner: PEPP-PT Community
Geographical coverage: Europe
Description: Supplying national initiatives with ready-to-use, tested and properly assessed mechanisms and standards for proximity measurement on mobile systems and devices. 

Name: ProteGO Safe
Published by/Owner: TYTANI24 for the Polish Ministry of Digitization
Geographical coverage: Poland
Description: Multi-purpose app (medical diary & proximity-tracing) based on a centralized solution.

NameRakning C-19 App
Published by/Owner: Icelandic Directorate of Health
Geographical coverage: Iceland
Description: Rakning C-19 is an app that can be downloaded voluntarily and facilitates the contact tracing process amidst the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic in Iceland. In case the contact tracing team of the Department of Civil Protection and Emergency Management needs to track someone's movements, they will be asked to upload their location data.

Name: Shield
Published by/Owner: Israeli Ministry of Health
Geographical coverage: Israel
Description: This contact-tracing app helps users find out whether they have been in contact with confirmed COVID-19 cases 

Name: Smittestopp 
Published by/Owner: Simula for the Norwegian Institute of Public Health
Geographical scope: Norway
Description: Centralized solution that relies on proximity tracing (via Bluetooth) and  device location on demand (GPS).

Name: STOPCOVID 
Published by/Owner: INRIA
Geographical scope: France
Description: Centralised contact tracing app based on PEPP-PT protocol
Name: STOP COVID - ProteGO Safe
Owner: Polish government
Geographical scope: Poland
Description: Contact tracing application for Polish citizens.
Name: STOP COVID NI
Published by/Owner: British government
Geographical scope: Northern Ireland
Description: The App has been designed to assist in stopping the spread of Covid-19 in Northern Ireland, by anonymously contacting people who have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.

Name: Stopp Corona App
Published by/Owner: Red Cross Austria
Geographical coverage: Austria
Description: The Austrian Red Cross has developed the “stop corona” app to monitor the effectiveness of the protection measures with aggregated movement data. The use is on a voluntary basis and the app is compliant with EU and national data protection regulations. If a user gets infected, then he can send an anonymised warning via the app to all contacts from the last 48 hours.

Name: SwissCovid
Published by/Owner: Federal Office of Public Health
Geographical scope: Switzeland
Description: The SwissCovid app for mobile phones is helping to contain the new coronavirusby complementing the existing contact-tracing efforts.
Name: Symptom tracker
Published by/Owner: Developer (alexisthual)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: A scalable web app for tracking COVID-19-related symptoms amongst confined populations

Name: TraceTogether
Published by/Owner: Singaporean Ministry of Information and Communication
Geographical coverage: Singapore
Description: This contact-tracing app helps users find out whether they have been in contact with confirmed COVID-19 cases 

Name: VirusRadar 
Published by/Owner: Nextsense for the Ministry of Innovation and Technology of Hungary
Geographical scope: Hungary
Description: Custom decentralised contact tracing solution based on Nextsense Contact Tracing Technology, the app requires a hungarian phone number to enable bluetooth tracing.
Name: ViruSafe
Published by/Owner: Scalefocus
Geographical scope: Bulgaria
Description: Approved by the Bulgarian Ministry of Health, ViruSafe isa multi-purpose app, that doesn't use Bluetooth for tracing, but only GPS location. Besides being an information app about COVID-19 emergency in Bulgaria, such app includes indeed a health status tracker/diary & a location tracker, that allows to share GPS coordinates with the Ministry of Health.
Name: WHO COVID-19 app
Published by/Owner: World Health Organisation
Geographical scope: Nigeria
Description: The app allows users to access information on the COVID-19 pandemic, learn how to protect themselves and their community, register for real-time notifications for your location, and find ways to help out pandemic relief efforts.

Name: 2KM From Home
Published by/Owner: Developer (casseds2)
Geographical coverage: Ireland
Description: In the wake of new restrictions in Ireland, whereby individuals can only conduct leisure activities within 2km of their home, a new pin drop site – 2kmfromhome.com – was developed to let users instantly map the 2km radius around their home. 

Name: Summary on European open source contact tracing apps
Published by/Owner: Github
Geographical coverage: Europe
Description: Summary report on the current status of the development of open source contact tracing apps, frameworks and protocols.It includes a map showing current possible backend interoperability. 

 

Daily life

Name: Anki
Published by/Owner: Ankitects 
Geographical scope: Worldwide
Description: Anki is a free and open-source flashcard program using spaced repetition, a technique from cognitive science for fast and long-lasting memorization.
Name:  Apps.Edu
Published by/Owner: French Ministry of National Education and Youth
Geographical scope: France
Description: The apps.education.fr platform is meant to ensure pedagogical continuity and help meet teachers’ needs for distance learning tools.
Name: Covid food map
Published by/Owner: Code for America
Geographical coverage: United States
Description: Mapping when/where food pickups are available during the COVID-19 crisis.
Name: Covid Free web
Published by/Owner: Developer (DavidM42)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Browser extension to reduce the strain by constant COVID-19 news and spam on social networks which can lead to panic.
NameCovid-19 People Counter System
Published by/Owner: Developer (texano)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: System that analyses images from surveillance cameras and generates information on the occupancy rate of commercial and public spaces.
Name: Integreat - the Digital Integration Platform
Published by/Owner: Integreat
Geographical coverage: Germany
Description: Integreat is an open source mobile and web application designed to help inform newcomers in Germany with a digital guide in various languages, now integrating COVID-19 information from the local authorities.
Name: Posso Ir? (Can I Go?)
Published by/Owner: Developer (simaob)
Geographical coverage: Portugal
Description: Mobile app that provides information on the queues and occupancy in commercial and public spaces.
NameSocial Distancing with AI
Published by/Owner: Developer (rohanrao619)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Open source code that uses artificial intelligence to help monitor social distancing and the use of masks in public places through CCTV footage.

 

Information BOT

Name: COVID19AragonBot
Published by/Owner: Government of Aragon, ITAINNOVA
Geographical coverage: Spain
Description: An official telegram channel with information on the situation with the spread of COVID-19: @COVID19AragonBot and Telegram-bot with answers to the most common questions about COVID-19

Name: COVID-19 Twitter bot
Published by/Owner: Developer (TheYadda)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Twitter bot for posting information on the spread of COVID-19.

Name: Telegram Bot
Published by/Owner: Developer (hearot)
Geographical coverage: Italy
Description: A Telegram bot which allows you to retrieve data from Dati COVID-19 Italy from the Dipartimento della Protezione Civile.

 

Medical Services

NameClinicArrivals
Published by/Owner: veloper (grahamegrieve)
Geographical scope: Worldwide
Description: Software that helps general practitioners manage their appointments to avoid the congregation of patients in the waiting room.
Name: CommCare
Published by/Owner: Dimagi
Geographical scope: Worldwide
Description: CommCare is an open source digital health platform that allows users to easily build and deploy custom data collection and decision support applications. The software enables anyone to build web and mobile apps in a “no-code” environment, from simple surveys to comprehensive longitudinal data tracking and case management with decision support, multimedia, and SMS messaging.
Name: Covid
Published by/Owner: Lifen
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Covid is a web application which aims to facilitate covid-19 patients' self-monitoring at home via forms sent by SMS.
Name: COVID-19 Health Bot
Published by/Owner:  US Center for Disease Control
Geographical scope: USA
Description: The Health Bot  collects automated screening protocols and self-checker algorithms from organizations implementing CDC screening protocols in interactive web sites, chat bots, and other technology.
Name: COVID-19 Hospital Impact Model for Epidemics
Published by/Owner: Predictive Healthcare @ Penn Medicine
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Open source software designed to assist hospitals and public health officials with understanding hospital capacity needs as they relate to the COVID-19 pandemic
Name: COVID-19 Prognosis
Published by/Owner: New York University
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: The COVID-19 Prognosis is an artificial intelligence system design to help predict the deterioration of COVID-19 patients in the emergency department.
Name: COVID-19 Vaccine Delivery Toolkit
Published by/Owner: DHIS2
Geographical scope: Worldwide
Description: The DHIS2 toolkit for COVID-19 vaccine delivery expands field-tested designs and tools from the World Health Organisation (WHO) DHIS2 immunisation data toolkit to enable countries to rapidly update existing systems to support the equitable delivery of lifesaving COVID-19 vaccines at scale. 
Name: COVID-19 vulnerability index
Published by/Owner: British Red cross
Geographical coverage: United States
Description: Prototype COVID-19 vulnerability index for wards and Local Authorities in the UK
Name: Epidemicmodels
Published by/Owner: Developer (Robert Rapplean)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Model to estimate hospital bed requirements
Name: GNU Health
Published by/Owner: GNU Solidario
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: GNU Health is a Libre Health and Hospital Information system, with a strong focus on Public Health. It combines the socioeconomic determinants of health with state-of-the-art technology in bioinformatics and clinical genetics. Among other functionalities, GNU Health provides the functionality of georeferencing the Domiciliary Units and contact tracing of infected persons.
Name: Information on Hospital Capacity in Switzerland
Published by/Owner: Specialist Unit for Open Government Data Canton of Zurich
Geographical coverage: Switzerland
Description: Provides information on hospital capacity in Swiss hospitals.
Name: mHero
Owner: US Agency for International Development
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: mHero is a two-way, mobile phone-based communication system that connects ministries of health and health workers. It uses data from existing local health information systems to deliver messages via locally popular communication channels.
Name:  NOÉ
Owner: Rollet
Geographical coverage: Hungary
Description: NOÉ is a booking and patient management system for drive-through virology testing, born in April 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It was first implemented in Hungary across 2 commercially operating locations, complete with a full fledged drive-through testing facility and operational solution. 
Name: Open Data Kit (ODK)
Published by/Owner: Get ODK
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description:  ODK is an open source software for mobile data collection with resource-limited settings used to monitor the COVID-19 outbreak. 
Name: OpenMRS Response to COVID-19
Published by/Owner: OpenMRS
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Open source medical record system platform for developing countries
Name: Orthanc
Published by/Owner: OSIMIS
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: The Orthanc ecosystem is a free and open-source initiative to deal with interoperability in the field of medical imaging. It helps automate imaging workflow, exchange images with other hospitals through the Internet,  setup decentralized teleradiology solutions, design/train new machine learning algorithms, or deploy AI systems directly in the clinical setup
Name: Piattaforma Covid 19
Published by/Owner:  Developers Italia
Geographical scope: Italy
Description: This COVID-19 management platform is composed of a set of application created to support the real-time process of handling COVID-19 patients in hospitals and care facilities.
Name: SORMAS
Published by/Owner: Sormas
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: SORMAS (Surveillance Outbreak Response Management and Analysis System) is an open source mobile eHealth System that processes disease control and outbreak management procedures in addition to surveillance and early detection of outbreaks through real-time digital surveillance including peripheral health care facilities and laboratories.
Name: Trad19
Published by/Owner: Glide
Geographical coverage: worldwide
Description:  Trad19 is an open source pocket translator aimed at facilitating the communication around COVID-19 medical symptoms between doctors and patients throughout the world.

Name: UBORA
Published by/Owner: UBORA
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: UBORA is an e-infrastructure for co-design open source medical devices compliant with EU standards. The solutions are vetted by expert mentors from industry and academia. 

 

My Health

Name: Canada COVID-19 App 
Published by/Owner: Thrive Health, Health Canada
Geographical coverage: Canada
Description: This app is a central resource for accessing personalized, trusted, evidence-based information about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Name: Ce trebuie să fac (What Should I Do?)
Published by/Owner: Code4Romania
Geographical scope: Romania
Description: Web platform with guides, questionnaires, and decision trees which can help the population understand the current situation and guides them through what steps need to be taken.
Name: Covid-bot
Published by/Owner: Developer (CSML-by-Clevy), Pasteur Institute and Assistance publique – Hôpitaux de Paris
Geographical coverage: France
Description: Chatbot to help individuals self-diagnose their COVID-19 symptoms. 
Name: COVID-19 Vaccine Finder
Published by/Owner: Developer (GUI)
Geographical scope: USA
Description: Updated every minute, the COVID-19 Vaccine Finder aims at providing users with a tool to track down COVID-19 vaccine appointment openings in their local pharmacy. The tool is available in all US States.

Name: Diaspora Hub
Published by/Owner: Code4Romania
Geographical scope: Romania
Description: Platform helping citizens living abroad to collect data about their own health, as well as the health of other family members, and receive guidance and aid. The platform offers points of contact from NGOs and organisations working with Romanian citizens abroad.

Name: Fiipregatit (Be Prepared)
Published by/Owner: Department of Emergency Situations of Romania, developed in cooperation with CivicNet
Geographical coverage: Romania
Description: A national platform, with an associated app, providing regular updates, alerts on the development of COVID-19 and its impacts. 

NameHerd Haven
Published by/Owner: Developer (tt-le)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Website that allows users to register and verify their COVID-19 vaccination to help create a heatmap of herd immunity.
NameNY State COVID-19 Vaccination Site Tracker
Published by/Owner: Developer (99littlebugs)
Geographical coverage: New York
Description: This repository aggregates information on the availability of COVID-19 vaccination appointments around New York City.

Name: Taiwan pharmacy mask map
Published by/Owner: Developer (christopher0404)
Geographical coverage: Taiwan
Description: Online map with the availability of masks in Taiwanese pharmacies

Name:Vaccine Doses
Published by/Owner:Developer (FerasDA)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Online tool that provides the user with information on when to take the second COVID-19 vaccine dose, based on vaccine administrated and the guidelines of the United States Centres for Disease Control and Prevention.
Name: Virusafe
Published by/Owner: Scalefocus
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Approved by the Bulgarian government, this app allows users to monitor their symptoms daily and their contacts with infected users, get information on COVID-19 news and best practices.
Name: When Vaccine
Published by/Owner: Developer (leungjch)
Geographical coverage: Ontario, Canada
Description: Web application that provides users with an estimated date for receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, based on the criteria of the government of Ontario.

 

Open Source Hardware

Name: Careables
Published by/Owner: Careables
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Careables provides support and expertise in the domain of Open Source Hardware in health and care. The association now focus its activities on collecting, documenting and sharing information and open source solutions to fight COVID-19.
Name: HEV Ventilator
Published by/Owner: CERN
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: CERN proposes the design of a ventilator which can be easily manufactured and integrated into the hospital environment to support COVID-19 patients. The unit is designed to support standard ventilator modes of operation, most importantly PRVC (Pressure Regulated Volume Control) and SIMV-PC (Synchronised Intermittent Mandatory Ventilation) modes.
Name:  INNOVATE 2 VENTILATE
Published by/Owner: CoVent-19 Challenge
Geographical scope: Worldwide
Description: The CoVent-19 Challenge is a collective meant to create lasting solutions to the ventilator supply crisis made infamous by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Name: L'algorithme D'orientation COVID19
Published by/Owner: French Ministry of Solidarity and Health
Geographical scope: France
Description: L'algorithme D'orientation COVID19 is a referral tool to support residents to determine whether they are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. The tool asks users to respond to a series of questions about their symptoms and provides relevant information and recommendations.
NameMakAir
Published by/Owner: Makers for Life
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Open source ventilator for patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) that can be mass-produced at a low-cost and has undergone successful clinical trials in France.

NameMechanical Ventilator Milano (MVM)
Published by/Owner: CERN
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: CERN proposes the design of the Mechanical Ventilator Milano (MVM), an electro-mechanical equivalent of the old and reliable Manley Ventilator, and is able to operate in both pressure-controlled and pressure-supported ventilation modes.

NameNASA Open source respirators
Published by/Owner: NASA
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: JPL designed 3D and tested printed respirators to help with the COVID-19 pandemic response. The designs and instructions for three different types of respirators and the resulting detailed test data is published in this repository.
Name: OpenBreath
Published by/Owner: CERN
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: The assisted ventilation device we are developing aims at satisfying two main requirements: constructive speed and simplicity of its components. For this reason, Open Breath lung ventilator exhibits an innovative design, conceived to be quickly built with “off-the-shelf” and low-cost hardware components.
Name: Open Lung Low Resource Ventilator
Published by/Owner: Developers (OpenLung)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Open source project to develop an open source ventilator that utilises a bag valve mask as the core component.
Name: Open PCR
Published by/Owner: Open PCR
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: PCR testing device kit from Josh Perfetto and Jessie Ho, is a DIY open source device that uses environmental testing to identify the coronavirus in the field.
NameOpen Source Medical Supplies
Published by/Owner: OSMS
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Platform to inform and connect local makers, manufacturers, organizers, institutions, and the public so local communities can produce their own medical supplies and use them to combat the COVID-19 pandemic and other crises.
Name: Open Source Ventilator
Published by/Owner: Developers (Colin Keogh, et.al.)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Open source design project to develop a Field Emergency Ventilator system. All documents are available on GitHub.
NameProtective shield masks
Published by/Owner: Graz University of Technology
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Open source Hardware of protective shield masks. Plastics and 3D-files are directly delivered.
Name: Simmel
Published by/Owner: Simmel team
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Simmel is a wearable hardware beacon and scanner which can broadcast and record randomized user IDs. Contacts are stored within the wearable device, so that the user retains full control of your trace history.
Name: Tech for Care
Published by/Owner: Italian Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines and Maker Faire Rome – The European Edition
Geographical coverage: Italy
Description: Tech For Care is an open-source hardware support platform for the current health emergency, jointly developed by I-RIM (Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines) and the association Maker Faire Rome – The European Edition. Tech For Care aims to offer verified and reusable hardware solutions that can be replicated in a variety of local situations. Platform users can register to submit a new solution, share a need for an open source solution or volunteer to help making the objects
Name: ECos-19: Effective Covid-19 Sterilizer
Published by/Owner: IacoT1
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: ECoS-19 is a Covid-19 sterilizer based on scientific paper results on the effectiveness of sterilization of Covid-19 with UVC rays. This project aims to solve previously encountered problems by building a spiral-shaped air path around the UVC lamp, and a subsequent path along the axis of the lamp, obtaining a long travel time of air as well as the necessary cooling of the lamp.

 

Remote work

Name: Avec vous - Linagora
Published by/Owner: LINAGORA & Jaguar Network
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: A video conferencing service, free & opensource, jitsi based, provided for free by linagora.com for all humans, not-for-profit and companies needing to connect to others during this time of lockdown. Can deal with conferences up to 15/20 persons.
Name: BigBlueButton Open Source Web Conferencing System
Published by/Owner: BigBlueButton
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Open source web conferencing system for online learning. 
Name: Chamilo
Published by/Owner: Chamilo.org
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Chamilo is an open source e-learning platform, also called "LMS" or "LCMS" published under GNU/GPLv3+. It is or has been used by more than 20M people worldwide.
Name: Covintern
Published by/Owner: Wade Fletcher
Geographical coverage: United States
Description: Online platform to find an intership during COVID-19 times
Name: HOLDYBOT
Published by/Owner: Tomas Lamr
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: HOLDYBOT is a flexible reservation system that helps you to manage office spaces, schedule desk or parking slot reservations and analyse the utilisation of office resources. HOLDYBOT provides a simple user interface that ensures efficient usage by employees.
Name: Jami
Published by/Owner: Savoir-faire Linux
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Open source instant messaging system positioning itself as a potential Skype replacement. 
Name: Jitsi Meet Multi-platform Open Source Video Conferencing System
Published by/Owner: Jitsi.org
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Open source web conferencing system for online learning. 
Name: Linphone
Published by/Owner: Belledonne Communications SARL
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Open source instant messaging and voice/video software that makes it possible to communicate freely with people over the internet via voice, video and text messaging. Suitable for conference calls.
Name: Mastodon
Published by/Owner: Developers (Eugen Rochko et al.)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Free, open source software to develop self-hosted social networking services. 
Name: PINGO
Published by/Owner: Dominik Niehus
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Free and open source interactive tool which allows peer interaction and audience response. It can be used for educational activities or any type of workshop or webinar.  
Name: Riot
Published by/Owner: New Vector Limited
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Open source instant messaging that allows end to end encryption, groups, and sharing of files between users. 
Name: Signal
Published by/Owner: Signal Foundation
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Open source encrypted messaging service which allows for file sharing and group messages.
Name: Thunderbird
Published by/Owner: Mozilla
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Free and open source email, newsfeed, chat and calendaring client. Easily customisable. 

 

 

Research

NameCOVID-Net
Published by/Owner: Developer (lindawangg)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: COVID-Net is a repository of COVID-19 data models for research purposes. The data models are designed to detect the presence of the virus through the analysis of chest X-ray (CXR) images.

Name: COVID-19 Detection
Published by/Owner: Developer (sydney0zq)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Deep Learning-based Detection for COVID-19 from Chest CT using Weak Label

Name: COVID-19 image data collection & Chester the AI Radiology Assistant
Published by/Owner: Joseph Paul Cohen
Geographical coverage: Canada
Description: Open database of COVID-19 cases with chest X-ray or CT image and web-based prototype system for diagnosing chest X-ray images

Name: COVID-19 Indicators
Published by/Owner: Developer (dirckschumacher)
Geographical coverage: Germany
Description: Epidemiological Indicators of COVID-19

Name: Coronavirus SEIR Model
Published by/Owner: Developer (coronafighter)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: SEIR model Python Script for the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose is to easily be able to experiment and better understand what is happening. 

Name: DataToCare
Published by/Owner: Savics
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Software installed in laboratories that capture COVID-19 test results and patient data, and sends the data to a national server in real-time.

Name: Deep learning coronavirus cure
Published by/Owner: Developer (mattroconnor)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Open source software using deep learning to generate novel molecules as candidates for binding with coronavirus protease.

Name: Esri COVID-19 Response Hub
Published by/Owner: ESRI
Geographical scope: Worldwide
Description: Esri provides location intelligence, geographic information system (GIS) and mapping software, services, and materials to help individuals and organisations monitor, manage, and communicate the impact of the outbreak.

Name: FoldingatHome
Published by/Owner: Washington University ST. louis School of Medicine
Geographical scope: Worldwide
Description:  FoldingatHome is an open source solution that allows users to share their computer power to create a supercomputer used to help understand the SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 and develop new therapies by modelling protein molecules.

Name: Next Strain
Published by/Owner: Hadfield et al
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Open source project to provide a continually-updated view of publicly available data with powerful analytics and visualizations showing pathogen evolution and epidemic spread.

Name: Open covid19 test
Published by/Owner: Developer (celiavelmar)
Geographical coverage: Spain
Description: A self-assessment test for the open source COVID-19. Uses the same code or principle as coronamadrid.com but does not store personal data.

Name: OpenELIS Global
Published by/Owner: University of Washington
Geographical coverage: United States
Description: Provides a common code base for low-resource healthcare laboratories around the world.

Name: Pfizer Open Source Tools
Published by/Owner: Pfizer
Geographical coverage: United States
Description: Pfizer is committed to making the vital tools they develop available on an open source platform to the broader scientific community and to share the data and learnings gained with other companies in real-time to rapidly advance therapies and vaccines to patients.

Name: SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19 Pathway (Homo sapiens)
Published by/Owner: WikiPathways Developers (Egon Willighagen, Chris Evelo, Lauren J. Dupuis)
Geographical coverage: Netherlands
Description: Mapping bio informative pathway information of SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19

NameSee You Outside
Published by/Owner: Developer (donlelef)  
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Website that provides a visual tool to simulate the consequences of lockdown release policies, based on proven epidemic models.

Name: The Community Health Toolkit
Published by/Owner: Volunteer led
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Open source technologies and open access design, technical, and implementer resources that help you build and deploy digital tools for community health

Name: The potential impact of COVID-19 among refugees living in camps
Published by/Owner: Infectious Disease Dynamics Group at Johns Hopkins University
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: This repository contains source code for a basic scenario-based approach to understanding the potential impact of COVID-19 after an introduction in a closed setting like a refugee camp. The simulations are based on a simple stochastic SEIR model with the risk of severe disease and death being a function of age.

Name: 2019 novel coronavirus repository
Published by/Owner: MIDAS Coordination Center
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Online portal for COVID-19 modelling research

 

 

Resources

Name: Anpas Initiatives Mapping
Published by/Owner: Anpas Association
Geographical coverage: Italy
Description: The Italian Anpas association isusing the Ushahidi open source powered platform to map people in need of resources and volunteers available in the region to ensure that people can safely stay indoors and still obtain the much-needed resources. 
Name: COVID-19 Open-Source Digital Toolkit
Published by/Owner: Global Centre for Technology, Innovation and Sustainable Development
Geographical scope: Worldwide
Description: Repository of open source tools in response to the COVID-19 pandemic for Disease Monitoring, Prevention and Containment, Diagnosis and Recovery.
Name: COVID-19 Remote Work and Study Resources
Published by/Owner: Developer (HankiDesign)
Geographical coverage: Switzerland
Description: Free services, tools, articles and other resources for remote workers and distance learners.
Name: COVID-19 Ventilator Projects
Published by/Owner: Developer (PubInv)
Geographical coverage: United States
Description: An analyzed list of projects to make emergency ventilators in response to COVID-19, focusing on free-libre open source
Name: European (EEA + CH + UK) Contact-Tracing Apps for Android
Published by/Owner: rawmain (GitHub contributor)
Geographical scope: Europe
Description: Repository of European contact tracing apps that were released, recognised or are under development by national public organisations.
Name: GOV.UK Notify
Published by/Owner: Government Digital Service
Geographical scope: UK
Description: GOV.UK Notify is an API built to enable the automated sending of texts, messages or emails.
NameKMU vs. Corona
Published by/Owner: Developer (Leloq)
Geographical scope: Germany
Description: The KMU vs. Corona platform provides sector-specific and problem-specific knowledge and solution approaches for German SMEs. The platform identified the major challenges faced SMEs as a consequence of the COVID-19 crisis, as well as potential solutions. KMU Vs. Corona maps solutions for each of the identified problem. 
Name: OpenCovid19 Initiative
Published by/Owner: Just One Giant Lab
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: The goal of the OpenCovid19 initiative as a program is to collectively develop open-source and low-cost tools and methodologies that are safe and easy to use to fight the Covid19 Pandemic. 
Name: Resto A Casa
Published by/Owner: Volunteer led
Geographical coverage: Italy
Description: A platform providing resources/services for home shopping, information on the spread of the virus, means to donate, and other needs related to COVID-19 in Italy. 

Name: RoHelp
Published by/Owner: Code4Romania
Geographical scope: Romania
Description: Ro Help is a platform meant to help NGOs during an emergency situation. The NGOs can ask for donations, resources or volunteers, and users can browse the needs that various NGOs have.

Name: Știri oficiale (Official News)
Published by/Owner: Code4Romaina
Geographical scope: Romania
Description: Platform which centralises all the official press releases, press conferences and decisions of the Committee for Special Emergency Situations in Romania
Name: Tech for Care
Published by/Owner: Italian Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines and Maker Faire Rome – The European Edition
Geographical coverage: Italy
Description: Tech For Care is an open-source hardware support platform for the current health emergency, jointly developed by I-RIM (Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines) and the association Maker Faire Rome – The European Edition. Tech For Care aims to offer verified and reusable hardware solutions that can be replicated in a variety of local situations. Platform users can register to submit a new solution, share a need for an open source solution or volunteer to help making the objects
Name: The Community Health Toolkit
Published by/Owner: Volunteer led
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Open source technologies and open access design, technical, and implementer resources that help you build and deploy digital tools for community health


 

Updated data on the outbreak

Name: Corona Helden app
Published by/Owner: DevPost
Geographical coverage: Germany
Description: Open source app to exchange information on the availability of medical staff and equipment in Germany.

Name: Covidcheck
Published by/Owner: Developer (julianschiavo)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Open sourced app allowing people to track COVID-19 cases.

Name: Covid-France
Published by/Owner: Developer (thomasdubdub)
Geographical coverage: France
Description: Covid-France provides a visualisation tool monitoring the evolution of the number of people hospitalised in each French department due to COVID-19.
NameCovid Notebooks
Published by/Owner: IBM’s Centre for Open-Source Data and AI Technologies
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: The repository provides a set of Jupyter Notebooks that augment and analyze COVID-19 time series data.
NameCOVID-19 Coronavirus Disease Spread Time Series Analysis
Published by/Owner:  Developer (entorb)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Web page focused on presenting a collection of updated charts and analysis on the COVID-19 outbreak in German regions and other selected countries and derive trends for the future based on previous attained data. 
NameCovid-19 data kit
Published by/Owner: Developer (tavuong)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: The repository hosts a development kit for Covid-Data Analysis and Visualization. Users could develop their own model in user_model.py and presentation in user_visual.py.
NameCovid-19-de-stats
Published by/Owner: Developer (dlippold)
Geographical coverage: Germany
Description: Daily statistics and related programs to illustrate the spread of COVID-19 in Germany. 
NameCOVID-19 Forecaster Web App
Published by/Owner: Developer (mdipietro09)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Web application presenting the COVID-19 data forecast for the next 30 days.
NameCOVID-19 Sledilnik
Published by/Owner: Luka Renko
Geographical coverage: Slovenia
Description: COVID-19 Tracker Slovenia is an open source website that collects, analyses, and publishes data on the spread of COVID-19 in Slovenia.

Name: COVID-19 Tracker CLI
Published by/Owner: Developer (wareneutron)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Open-source NodeJS application for command-line interface to track COVID-19 cases around the world.

Name: Cuidarnos by CoTrack
Published by/Owner: Government of Argentina (developed by CoTrack team)
Geographical coverage: Argentina
Description: CoTrack, an interactive open source application, provides information on the symptoms of the virus, a possibility to self-test and to view a currently updated map providing an overview of the virus' spread in Argentina. 

Name: Date la zi (Daily Data)
Owner: Code4Romania
Geographical scope: Romania
Description: Data Visualisation system using data from the cases database and transforming it into information understandable by the large public. Adapted for all devices.
NameInteractive cockpits for COVID-19 data
Published by/Owner: Knowage Labs
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: Interactive cockpits to visualize and analyse COVID opendata.
Name: MonitorEc Map
Published by/Owner: @JuanMnl
Geographical coverage: Ecuador
Description: An interactive open source map and stats website providing key information about the spread of the virus in Ecuador
Name: Open Data Kit (ODK)
Published by/Owner: Get ODK
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description:  ODK is an open source software for mobile data collection with resource-limited settings used to monitor the COVID-19 outbreak.
Name: Prioritisation of COVID-19 Vaccine Delivery
Published by/Owner: Team TechHD
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: The Priorititisation of COVID-19 Vaccine Delivery aims to help governments officials make informed decisions during the COVID-19 vaccination rollout, by considering aspects such as active cases, amount of health workers at the local level, hospital bed capacity and infrastructure accessibility.
Name: WHOcovid
Published by/Owner: Developer (gibello)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: This repository provides the extracted CSV data (starting from march 1, 2020) from the World Health Organisation, as well as the parser source code.

 

Volunteering

Name: COVID-19 telehealth clinic
Published by/Owner: Volunteers
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: This website is an online platform to get help with COVID-19 if one doesn't have access to a doctor. Video chat with volunteers who can answer all questions
Name: Helpcovid
Published by/Owner: Developer (Basile Starynkevitch)
Geographical coverage: Worldwide
Description: a C++ web application (GPLv3+, Linux) to organize people helping other neighbours in COVID-19 pandemics