Go-centric is running the Viral Kindness Scotland operation for free, helping Scots amid the public health emergency.
The authority has turned to social media to get its message across during the pandemic.
The Glasgow-based website is working with a number of restaurants as lockdown continues to threaten livelihoods.
Ministers are expected to outline the country’s move into Phase 2 of the journey out of lockdown on Thursday.
Teams from across the university have been awarded £710,330 from the Global Challenges COVID-19 Rapid Response Research Fund.
Marc Ferrier says social-distancing will require businesses to think differently and act differently.
Glasgow’s education director Maureen McKenna has updated parents on plans to get the city’s pupils back to school.
Scotland’s transport minister Michael Matheson said rules were broken at the weekend.
Warnings that Covid-19 will spread again if people ignore the rules on safe distancing.
The team at Soul Space say they want to look out for their clients’ mental health when business returns.