While not a purely GLAM issue, many GLAMs have, of course been affected by the ongoing COVID-19 situation. Most GLAM-wiki events have been cancelled, or forced to move online.
We thought you'd be interested to see how the wider Wikimedia movement has been responding.
The Wikimedia Foundation research team have compiled a list of pages created or edited in connection with the pandemic (note: page is about half a megabyte!), in any language; it includes everything from major new articles on the topic to mentions in articles about notable survivors, such as Tom Hanks, and is updated automatically and regularly. Hopefully the tools for doing this will be available for deployment in other scenarios - albeit less dramatic!
With a GLAM focus, the English Wikipedia also has an article dedicated to the impact of the pandemic on the arts and cultural heritage sectors, featuring discussions of closures, impacts upon budgets and staffing, financial assistance, innovative digital responses, and new cultural works being created as a result. It is already nearing 200 footnotes-long, but we intend expand it further, to ensure proper coverage both geographically and by sector - and of course you can help.
If you're staying at home, don't forget there are many things you can do to improve Wikimedia projects - write or edit an article, fix some errors, find some citations, transcribe some text on Wikisource, or upload that backlog of photos you've been ignoring to Wikimedia Commons.