Rwanda Gets Robots That Screen ‘150 People Per Minute’ For Coronavirus

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The Rwandan government has taken delivery of 5 humanoid robots that can screen and distribute food and medicines to Coronavirus sufferers.

BBC announced the announcement was made on Tuesday 19 May by the country’s health minister, Daniel Ngamije. He also revealed that the robots were brought in to minimize exposure to COVID-19 patients by health care staff.

Ngamije said;

“For other duties such as disinfection in public space we need additional robots and we are working to get them.”

A Belgian company manufactures the 5 robots called Akazuba, Ikizere, Mwiza, Ngabo and Urumuri.

The health ministry in Rwanda says the units have a range of capabilities, including:

50 to 150 individuals per minute
The collection and preservation of medical data
Alert healthcare staff to malfunctions
Warn people that don’t wear marks or wear them inappropriately

There are two treatment facilities for Coronavirus in Rwanda, one in the outskirts of the capital Kigali and the other in Nyamata ‘s southeast town.

The country has so far recorded 308 confirmed cases of Coronavirus, 203 recoveries and no deaths.

See Robots That Screen ‘150 People Per Minute’ For Coronavirus

 

 

 

The Rwandan government has taken delivery of 5 humanoid robots that can screen and distribute food and medicines to Coronavirus sufferers.

BBC announced the announcement was made on Tuesday 19 May by the country’s health minister, Daniel Ngamije. He also r

See Robots That Screens ‘150 People Per Minute’ For Coronavirus

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