Poland fights Coronavirus with a Minecraft server

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  1. Calliers

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    Coronavirus and the subsequent efforts to put people in isolation prompted Poland to launch a project named Grarantanna which includes a minecraft server, among other things. It also promises enticing rewards for the most creative minds.

    Poland is taking a proactive approach to the whole Coronavirus problem as they are attempting to entice people to stay at home in various interesting ways. Some of them are organised in Grarantanna , a hub of learning and creativity that includes a Minecraft server.

    The public server is meant to encourage Polish residents to socialise online instead of risking the spread of Coronavirus further. It appeals to children and young adults to log in and work their part of the digital space. Each player gets a 60x60 plot to build on. All of them are encouraged to build something creative as the best works will be showcased and rewarded on 30 March 2020.
    Source: altchar

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