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If you mean to say that these individuals are not practising social distancing, ie, people physically meeting up in this person’s apartment, then report it to the city.
Van Connect app is really easy to use.
They even have a Blackberry version! https://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/content/44415/?lang=en&countrycode=US
Get the VanConnect app, take a picture and submit it. I don't even bother calling 311. They can look at the picture and assess how urgent the problem is.
I use the app for potholes a lot. I don't call Domino's. https://pavingforpizza.com/
For the lazy:
Evernote - I take notes in several notebooks for work or personal, shopping lists, audio notes of tune ideas, photos of whiteboards, etc. Scan receipts and everything else at home and keep it in Evernote so it is always handy.
Moon+ Reader Pro - most customizable eReader
VanConnect - Since we're here in /r/vancouver I thought I'd give a shout out to VanConnect [Android, IOS]. Saw Jessie Adcock, Vancouver's Chief Digital Officer, speak at the VanUE UX Awards and the app is quite interesting for both information and service requests. By contrast, the Van*Collect* app for garbage / recycling collection is silly and a waste of programmer effort - better to just go to the site, enter your address, hit submit, then click the Get a Calendar button and just add it to your calendar.
Vancouver BC has announced they now have one of the largest free public WiFi networks in North America. Anyone in the city has access to free public internet at over 600 locations throughout the city.
On average, speed is around 10 Mbps and there is no limit nor cap on data usage. In addition, no personal information is required to access the VanWiFi network. Vancouver locations with free internet are shown in the map below.
In 2014, the City of Vancouver implemented a procurement process to solicit applications from telecommunications service providers to provide free public WiFi at no cost to the city. Shaw Communications was one of the vendors selected to supply free public internet at identified, and future, locations in Vancouver.
By fall 2017, Shaw also had 125 Mobi bike station locations (which they also sponsor), providing over 1,200 bikes, and over 650,000 trips covering over 2 million kilometres.
Currently, Nike's bike share program in Portland only has rental stations near the downtown core (with no free WiFi). Biketown bikes must be returned to a station or to a designated bike rack to avoid a $2 fee. Park a Biketown bike outside the service area — which comes nowhere near reaching the entire city — and you’ll be charged $20. The map below shows North Portland has ZERO bike rental stations.
Bike sharing has lots of revenue potential in North Portland with destinations like PIR, Delta Park, Expo Center, Kelly Pt Park, Marine Drive, the Jantzen Beach Mall, Hayden Island hotels, Vancouver Waterfront, and downtown Vancouver.
Shouldn't we demand the city install bike share stations all up and down the Max lines -- with free WiFi?
Vancouver has a version of this!