Tallinn-based healthtech Viveo raises €2 million to help with Coronavirus ‘social distancing’

Telemedicine startup Viveo Health has raised €2 million to provide medical help via video bridge, and act as a form of ‘social distancing’. In summary, the service will help control the spread of the coronavirus in the waiting rooms of healthcare institutions.

Viveo Health, founded in 2018, began to reduce obstacles on the way to a quick diagnosis and services. Raul Källo, the founder and CEO of Viveo Health, has commented that by moving people away from crowded waiting rooms, it can reduce the spread of the virus, and people with a variety of health problems do not have to put themselves at added risk.

This fundraising round brought the company €2 million, and an investment of the same size has been made by the founder of the company before. In this round, a major shareholder in Tallink, Ain Hanschmidt, and a major shareholder of Graanul Invest, Anders Anderson, also joined Viveo Health.

Read the full story at eu-startups.com.

Victoria Krisman
Victoria Krisman is Interactive Media Specialist and Communications Manager for the Intelligent Community Forum.
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