Thailand's Technological Solution Against Coronavirus: Ninja Robots

Some hospitals in Thailand are getting help from technology to combat the coronavirus outbreak. Hospitals use ninja robots to ease the burden of health workers and reduce the risk of getting intofected.



These black robots are designed to monitor the healing process of fiery patients. So they're reducing the burden of doctors and nurses by preventing the spread of the deadly virus. Robots also allow health workers to communicate without getting into the same environment as the patient.

Viboon Sangveraphunsiri of Chulalongkorn University said they would produce more varieties of ninja robots. The new robots will be used in tasks such as disinfecting rooms and delivering food and medicine to patients. The robots are reportedly used in four hospitals in and around Bangkok, which significantly reduces the risk of infection in these hospitals.

Experts note the importance of social distance in the fight against coronavirus, but health workers are fighting hard to save lives around the world. Such robots can protect hospital workers and support their work in more comfortable and healthier conditions.

Sangveraphunsiri and his team of engineers plan to build more robots for 10 hospitals in the area. So far, only one person has died due to COVID-19 in Thailand, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. There are more than 270 confirmed cases in the country.

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