In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, local communities are forced to change everything about daily life with mandated social distancing and more states, like Delaware, ordering self-quarantines. As people become physically isolated, Facebook has partnered with local communities, state and local governments, and small businesses in Delaware.
Faith on Facebook Toolkit: Facebook continues to connect people to their family and friends at a time of social distancing while supporting faith organizations, community groups, and families, especially with children.
Facebook Live: Governors, mayors, and health officials are using Facebook Live to share critical information with citizens. While State and local emergency, law enforcement and health officials are using the Local Alerts to get critical information into the hands of people when they need it most.
Small Business Resource Hub: Facebook is empowering Small Businesses with free tools and training and a $100 million commitment to support them through this difficult time.
Community Help: a destination for people to help their neighbors most impacted by COVID-19. There, people can request or offer help to neighbors, such as delivering groceries to neighbors or helping fund a local food pantry and donate to fundraisers for relief efforts. This tool basically connects people in their communities who need help.