In addition, more than 250,000 senior high school students in Shanxi have officially resumed classes Grocery Rack Priceon March 25. The school adopts small class teaching, with no more than 30 students in each class, and implements closed management. The school distributes a disposable mask for each student per day. .
One team of robots temporarily cared for patients in a makeshift hospital in Wuhan, Central China's Hubei Province.Meals were served, temperatures taken and communications handled by machines, one of them named "Cloud Ginger" by its maker CloudMinds, which has operations in Beijing and California.
"It provided useful information, conversational engagement, entertainment with dancing, and even led patients through stretching exercises," CloudMinds president Karl Zhao said of the humanoid robot."The smart field hospital was completely run by robots."A small medical team remotely controlled the field hospital robots. Patients wore wristbands that gathered blood pressure and other vital data.
The smart clinic only handled patients for a few days, but it foreshadowed a future in which robots tend to patients with contagious diseases while health care workers manage from safe distances.Patients in hospitals in Thailand, Israel and elsewhere meet with robots for consultations done by doctors via videoconference. Some consultation robots even tend to the classic checkup task of listening to patients' lungs as they breathe.
Alexandra Hospital in Singapore will use a robot called BeamPro to deliver medicine and meals to patients diagnosed with COVID-19 or those suspected to be infected with the virus in its isolation wards.
Doctors and nurses can control the robot by using a computer from outside the room and can hold conversations with the patient via the screen and camera.Brazil, the country hardest hit by the pandemic in Latin America, is bracing for potential devastation if big outbreaks erupt in its favelas, crowded neighborhoods that often lack basic sanitation and health care infrastructure.
Health Minister Luiz Henrique Mandetta said the government had to be realistic about who holds power in many such neighborhoods."We have to understand that these are areas where the state is often absent and the ones in charge are drug traffickers and militia groups," he told a news conference.
He said the authorities had just launched a pilot project in one favela on managing coronavirus risk, but did not say where.An estimated 11.5 million Brazilians live in favelas, around six percent of the population.