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War heroes | Robots helping medical staff fight coronavirus

Take a look on the pictures below how robots are becoming warriors to save our frontline soldiers from coronavirus.
Apr 9, 2020 / 02:57 PM IST
As the coronavirus pandemic has spread all over the world, the medical staff is playing the crucial role as a warrior fighting against the outbreak. But they are most at risk due to absence of adequate personal protection equipment. (Image: Reuters)
As the coronavirus pandemic has spread all over the world, the medical staff is playing the crucial role as a warrior fighting against the outbreak. But they are most at risk due to absence of adequate personal protection equipment. (Image: Reuters)
However, to save the life of frontline soldiers, many countries are opting for robots to help medical staff communicate freely with COVID-19 patients without coming in close contact with them. (Image: Reuters)
However, to save the life of frontline soldiers, many countries are opting for robots to help medical staff communicate freely with COVID-19 patients without coming in close contact with them. (Image: Reuters)
A coronavirus patient under treatment in the intensive care unit interacts with a robot at 'Ospedale di Circolo' hospital, in Varese, Italy. Six robots will help healthcare professionals assist COVID-19 patients, one robot for every two patients to maximise monitoring and assistance. (Image: AP)
A coronavirus patient under treatment in the intensive care unit interacts with a robot at 'Ospedale di Circolo' hospital, in Varese, Italy. Six robots will help healthcare professionals assist COVID-19 patients, one robot for every two patients to maximise monitoring and assistance. (Image: AP)
A robot is placed in front of a coronavirus patient under treatment in the intensive care unit at 'Ospedale di Circolo' hospital, in Varese, Italy. (Image: AP)
A robot is placed in front of a coronavirus patient under treatment in the intensive care unit at 'Ospedale di Circolo' hospital, in Varese, Italy. (Image: AP)
A health worker looks at the screen showing images taken by a robot helping medical teams treat patients suffering from COVID-19 in the Circolo hospital, in Varese, Italy. (Image: Reuters)
A health worker looks at the screen showing images taken by a robot helping medical teams treat patients suffering from COVID-19 in the Circolo hospital, in Varese, Italy. (Image: Reuters)
A patient interacts with a robot helping medical teams treat patients suffering from the coronavirus outbreak in the Circolo hospital, in Varese, Italy. (Image: Reuters)
A patient interacts with a robot helping medical teams treat patients suffering from the coronavirus outbreak in the Circolo hospital, in Varese, Italy. (Image: Reuters)
Deputy Head of the intensive care unit Flavio Tangian prepares a robot at 'Ospedale di Circolo' hospital, in Varese to help medial staff attend COVID-19 patients from a distance. (Image: AP)
Deputy Head of the intensive care unit Flavio Tangian prepares a robot at 'Ospedale di Circolo' hospital, in Varese to help medial staff attend COVID-19 patients from a distance. (Image: AP)
Research assistant Maitai Dahlan from the Regional Centre of Robotics Technology at Bangkok's Chulalongkorn University demonstrates a mobile robot to help with the care of hospitalized COVID-19 patients by reducing the contact between them and hospital personnel in Bangkok, Thailand. (Image: AP)
Research assistant Maitai Dahlan from the Regional Centre of Robotics Technology at Bangkok's Chulalongkorn University demonstrates a mobile robot to help with the care of hospitalized COVID-19 patients by reducing the contact between them and hospital personnel in Bangkok, Thailand. (Image: AP)
Medical workers walk by a police robot at the Wuhan Tianhe International Airport after travel restrictions to leave Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province and China's epicentre of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, were lifted. (Image: Reuters)
Medical workers walk by a police robot at the Wuhan Tianhe International Airport after travel restrictions to leave Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province and China's epicentre of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, were lifted. (Image: Reuters)
Robots may emerge as heroes during the coronavirus as they are the safer option in this pandemic situation being contagion proof. (Image: Reuters)
Robots may emerge as heroes during the coronavirus as they are the safer option in this pandemic situation being contagion proof. (Image: Reuters)
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first published: Apr 9, 2020 02:57 pm

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