These robots and drones could prove useful
in future epidemics and medical situations.
Residents walking down the streets of Wuhan,
the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak,
could face chastisement from drones flying
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China is allegedly using drones to keep a
watchful eye over its residents, to ensure
they’re taking the appropriate precautions
to keep the coronavirus at bay.
In addition, it’s also believed that the nation
is using robots in hospitals to alleviate
the pressure from over-worked medical staff
and to provide faster checks of the virus.
Many news sources coming from China are sharing
these methods, meant to fight the coronavirus
Huge stress and challenges have been added
to medical workers in China due to the coronavirus
With extra hospitals being built in record
times, and more and more infected cases each
day, it’s no wonder that China is looking
for solutions to this issue.
On top of drones buzzing ahead, closer to
ground level are robots patrolling the streets
and hospital corridors, also sent on a mission
to keep in check people’s health.
To try and keep medical workers’ hours and
chances of not catching the coronavirus themselves
low, Chinese news source 36Kr has shared the
information that robots are being used to
offer treatment to infected patients.
Robocalls are typically unwanted, however
when there’s an outbreak such as the coronavirus
perhaps these aren’t such a bad idea.
According to Xinhua news source, a Chinese
newspaper, citizens of Cangshan district in
Fuzhou, China, have received calls from robots
asking them “have you come into contact with
confirmed coronavirus cases?
Do you have symptoms like cough and fever?”
The aim is to try and prevent the virus from
spreading further and encourage people to
understand the symptoms and reach out for
help if needed.
According to the People’s Daily newspaper’s
Twitter post, Anhui province in Eastern China
is utilizing intelligent robots to patrol
its streets to try and minimize human contact.
On a regular day-to-day living note, the city
of Shenzhen in Southern China is finding different
ways to send out food takeaway orders, again,
in a bid to curb person to person contact,
said the Chinese news source.
There seem to be myriad ways for robots and
drones to assist in medical outbreaks such
as the coronavirus, and perhaps China’s methods
will help curb future epidemics more rapidly.
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