From chatbots in Singapore to drones in Oman; from robotic medical assistants in Indonesia to virtual doctors in Brazil; while the COVID-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc across the world, governments have been working hard to implement digital solutions to minimize the adverse impact of the virus and to ensure business continuity. In a quick call for inputs by UN DESA, government officials from around the world, shared more than 500 COVID-19 related digital applications that they have been using during the pandemic. These can now be found in this compendium, launched on 6 October 2020. In the compendium, readers will learn how governments have been using campaigns and chatbots to provide reliable information about the virus and to combat fake news, disinformation and viral hoaxes. Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Information sharing -- Providing information -- Covid-19 portal -- E-participation -- Civic engagement -- Hackathons -- E-health -- Self assesssment of health status -- Virtual doctor -- E-health services -- Supply of goods and services -- Remote patient monitoring -- Education settings -- E-business -- Contact tracing -- Tracking and tracing -- Social distancing and virus tracking -- Social distancing -- Virus tracking -- Digital policy -- Digital policy -- Digital inclusion Partnerships -- List of cases by country.