COVID-19: Shell’s response
Helping colleagues, customers and communities
While many countries are starting to ease out of lockdowns and showing early signs of recovery, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a serious impact on people’s health and livelihoods around the world. Shell is working hard to assist in the global fight against the virus, and to support recovery efforts.
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Providing 3D-printed protection through the pandemic
Parts made with 3D printers have increased the availability of protective masks for medical staff and ventilators for patients on COVID-19 hospital wards in the Netherlands.
Doctor in a locked-down community
Near the north-west coast of India, a doctor has been working to help those finding life especially hard during the COVID-19 lockdown. This is his story.
Living at the lab in India’s lockdown
Meet the volunteers who stayed at the Shell Technology Centre in Bangalore for more than 50 days to make sure it was ready to restart operations.
The workers delivering energy through COVID-19
With much of the world in lockdown to halt the spread of COVID-19, Shell’s key workers are still delivering energy and fuel to keep vital services going.
How start-ups are coping in the crisis
Inside Energy speaks to three entrepreneurs at different stages of Shell’s GameChanger programme about the challenges of building a business during a pandemic.
Keeping communities going around the world
As lockdowns came into force across the world, the teams at Shell service stations found they had new roles to play. Three of them talk about how COVID-19 has changed the way they work.