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Nigerian students design COVID-19 care robot

By Guardian Exclusive
04 March 2021   |   5:47 pm
One of the challenges being faced worldwide is the rate of infection of health professionals while treating COVID-19 patients. However, a team of Nigerian students studying robotics at the Glisten International Academy in Nigeria's capital, Abuja have built a machine that can treat COVID-19 patients.

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