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Japan develops robot to test corona in just 80 minutes

Japan develops robot to test corona in just 80 minutes
Wiki: Japanese company Kawasaki claims to have developed a robot that can take samples from a patient’s nose and throat and report results in just 80 minutes.

According to the American Broadcasting Corporation, measures are also being taken to prevent Corona from preparing for the Olympic Games in Japan, under which a robot has been developed to test corona for spectators coming to the stadium.

The robot was developed by the Japanese company Kawasaki, while the Japanese Minister of Health inspected the robots today and obtained details from experts. The robot can take samples from the patient’s nose and throat with an artificial arm and will give the result in just 80 minutes.
The system can process 2,000 samples in 16 hours. The system consists of two parts, an artificial arm that takes samples for testing and the other is a lab technique machine in which the test will be performed.

Japanese Health Minister Tamura said he wanted to test the corona as quickly and lightly as possible during the Olympic Games, for which the invention of the robot was a great success.

The special feature of these robots is that they can be loaded on trucks and taken to playgrounds, theme parks and other public places where it will be possible to test a large number of corona in a short time.

It should be noted that only 50,000 tests are being conducted daily in Japan at present, which is very low and the government is facing criticism. In Japan, 337,000 people have been infected with the corona, and the deadly virus has killed 4,598 people.

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