A Fortis hospital is using Coronavirus robot In India to screen possible Corona-Virus patients; a humanoid robot, called Mitra, uses a handheld thermal camera to evaluate patients before sending them on to healthcare workers.
Coronavirus Robot in India uses Thermal Camera to Detect Virus Symptoms
Thermal Scan is being tested in all countries as a way to check for Corona-Virus symptoms.
India’s 1.3 billion residents have been under lockdown since March 24, and last week the orders were extended for at least another two weeks.
“To save India and every Indian, there will be a total ban on venturing out of your homes,”
PM Narendra Modi said. In April, some Groceries & Medical stores were allowed to open with social distancing rule.
The Indian government has also developed a Aarogya Setu App, which shares Quarantine Patients location constantly.
More than 9 Crore people have already downloaded the app.
India Capital Delhi recently Announced that Not Having Aarogya Setu App will be punishable & Attract Fine of 1000rs or six months in jail.
A pharmacy in Italy has implemented similar technology to screen customers for signs of infection.
India is yet another country using robots to take some of the burden off of Health-Care worker.
Humanoid robot named Mitra that takes patients’ temperatures using a thermal camera.