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Facebook is launching its Community Help hub globally to help people out in wake of the Covid-19 outbreakfacebook
This is for the first time that Facebook is launching the feature on a global scale
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Facebook expands Community Help hub to allow people to request or offer help to those impacted by the Coronavirus outbreak

This is for the first time that Facebook is launching the feature on a global scale
  • Facebook is launching the feature in the US, the UK, France, Australia and Canada in the next few days and also working on expanding it to more countries in the coming weeks.
  • This is for the first time that Facebook is launching the feature on a global scale.
  • It can help people request or offer help to neighbors, such as volunteering to deliver groceries or donating to a local food pantry or fundraiser.

In case you are stuck at home, in need for supplies or any other essentials, Facebook’s new Community Help hub could help you out soon.

In wake of the Covid-19 crisis, Facebook announced that it is expanding its Community Help hub, which it says is a place for people to request or offer help to neighbors, such as volunteering to deliver groceries or donating to a local food pantry or fundraiser.

Community Help can be accessed in the COVID-19 Information Center on Facebook.

While it is working on rolling the feature out in the US, the UK, France, Australia and Canada in the next few days, the social networking platform said that it is also working on expanding it to more countries in the coming weeks.

This is for the first time that Facebook is launching the Community Help feature on a global scale. It’s also the first time that it is been used for a health pandemic.


COVID-19IndiaCases: 226,770Deaths: 6,348Recovered: 109,462
COVID-19WorldCases: 6.42mnDeaths: 383kRecovered: 2.87mn
COVID-19USACases: 1.82mnDeaths: 106kRecovered: 485k