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Deadly Coronavirus: China Deploys Unmanned Sanitation Robots And Cleaning Vehicles To Clean The Streets

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China deploys hundreds of unmanned Sanitation Robots and Cleaning Vehicles to clean the streets as its fight against the deadly Coronavirus continues. China has also completed its emergency hospital in just 9 days. 

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The World’s most populous country China has deployed hundreds of unmanned Sanitation Robots and Cleaning Vehicles to clean the streets as its fight against the deadly Coronavirus continues.





The Unmanned sanitation robots and semi-automatic cleaning vehicles are seen cleaning streets in Futian of Shenzhen, Guangdong province, saving “Human cleaners” from being exposed to the potential threats of the novel coronavirus.

Just like humans, the Unmanned 5G sanitation robots can sweep, spray water, and collect garbage on the streets.

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The intelligent 5G robots can automatically detect and trace rubbish, wash roads, and collect and transport refuse.

China’s measures is not only protecting its people but also the entire world. Presently, 14,380 people have tested positive for the virus across 24 countries.





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Yesterday, the world’s most populous country completed its emergency hospital, designed to tackle the Wuhan coronavirus, in just 9 days.

The 1,600 bed-capacity emergency hospital will be officially open on Wednesday. China’s President has approved the deployment of 1400 medical workers to the newly built hospital.





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