Like everyone else, people working for Géoclip are adapting to the context imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic. Our hope is that everyone will find the resources to get through this exceptional situation in the best possible conditions. Within our teams, we are making every effort to ensure that our activities continue. Naturally, we have all adopted teleworking. Modern communication techniques fortunately allow us to continue our activities remotely.
The challenge for our teams is first and foremost to help curb the pandemic. This is why significant resources are being deployed so that we can continue to work together. Secondly, it is to preserve economic activity. We are therefore committed to remaining present and active.
For example, it is a great satisfaction for us to see that the Geodes observatory, of Santé Publique France, has been publishing daily and weekly data on the evolution of the epidemic for the past few days. We are proud to contribute, at our level, to the dissemination of reliable information. We are convinced that promoting knowledge is a good way to limit the insecurity that the health crisis we are inevitably experiencing generates.