Robots on Hand to Greet Japanese COVID-19 Patients

Robots on Hand to Greet Japanese COVID-19 Patients in Hotels

Robots on Hand to Greet Japanese COVID-19 Patients in Hotels

Robots on Hand to Greet Japanese COVID-19 Patients in Hotels

 

COVID-19 patients with the light symptoms is arriving to stay at the several Japan Tokyo hotels are likely to get a lift from a pleasant surprise a robot greeter in the lobby. The Japan is now using hotels to house patients who have tested positive form the coronavirus but whose symptoms are too light to need the hospitalisation & several in the capital for Tokyo just opened on Friday feature robots to help the lighten in the burden on nurses.

 

What is Robots Name ?

 

The big eyed robot named (Pepper) in the appropriately wearing a protective mask to stood the waiting to welcome visitors.Please (wear a mask inside) it said in the perky voice. I hope you recover as the quickly as possible. The Secound messages it include (I pray the spread of the disease is contained as soon as possible) & (Let's join our hearts & get through this together). Pepper is not only robot at work in the hotel in the Ryogoku area of the Tokyo. In The cleaning robot with the latest in artificial intelligence its has been deployed to clean the several parts of the hotel its including riskier (red zone) areas where staff access is limited.

 

Robot Reduce Medical System

 

This effort to reduce the burden on there medical system the Japan has secured more than 10,000 hotel rooms around there nation to put up patients with lighter symptoms, according to the Health Ministry. The Ryogoku hotel patients will start checking in later on Friday, can accommodate about 300 people. The Two nurses will be on hand around there clock it while a doctor will also be present during the day.The number of coronavirus cases in Japan is now over 14,000 with 448 deaths as of Thursday, according to a Reuters tally.

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