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Meet Violet, the Robot That Can Kill the COVID-19 Virus

On Apr 26, 2020
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Violet is a robot that can disinfect rooms and equipment with ultraviolet light, and shuts down when humans are around to keep them safe.

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On Apr 26, 2020
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Meet Violet, the Robot That Can Kill the COVID-19 Virus https://t.co/rNlFITSz1g @IrmaRaste @eViRaHealth #COVID19 #Covid_19 #covid #coronavirus #coronapocolypse #StayAtHome https://t.co/bf3ecNXf1e
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Meet Violet, the Robot That Can Kill the COVID-19 Virus

Violet is a robot that can disinfect rooms and equipment with ultraviolet light, and shuts down when humans are around to keep them safe.

Covid-19: Virus-killing robot developed by TCD start-up

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What America can learn from China’s use of robots and telemedicine to combat the coronavirus

China has opened a field hospital staffed by robots to serve 20,000 patients to relieve health-care workers overwhelmed by the coronavirus. It is also using telemedicine to treat the sick.

Meet humanity’s new ally in the coronavirus fight: Robots

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As Coronavirus Looms, a Hospital Begins Sterilizing Masks for Reuse

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Sunscreen Sales Are Declining During the Coronavirus Pandemic — But Experts Say It's Crucial to Keep Wearing SPF Right Now

Even if you're not going outside much while isolating, it's important not to neglect your skin.

Industry-linked studies more favorable to indoor tanning, researchers say

Indoor-tanning studies with financial ties to the industry are likely to downplay risks and discuss the potential benefits of tanning, researchers have found.

COVID-19: Tackling the N95 shortage with novel decontamination

Learn more about how the University of Nebraska Medical Center implemented a promising new approach to decontaminate N95 respirator masks for repeat use.

5 Top Robotic Disinfectant Solutions Impacting Public Safety During The Coronavirus Pandemic

As the coronavirus pandemic intensifies, stakeholders are racing against time to maintain public health and safety using robotic disinfectant solutions.

Facebook ads, conspiracy theorists pushed bleach consumption and UV ray cures

UV rays or disinfectants as treatments have been rejected by health and science communities — and embraced by conspiracy theorists and extreme alternative medicine communities.

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Robots to the Rescue: How They Can Help During Coronavirus (and Future Pandemics)

The key areas where robots could help are clinical care, logistics, and reconnaissance, as well as keeping the economy going by standing in for humans.

How Stevie the robot can help carers be more human

Niamh Donnelly has a crucial role to play in the future of elder care as she works on the ground developing AI for Stevie the robot.

Population-level estimates show wide age range of adults hospitalized with COVID-19

Kaiser Permanente researchers report new findings in JAMA Research Letter Northern California was one of the first parts of the country to experience widespread community transmission of ...

Sunlight and bleach might kill the coronavirus on a park bench, but they can be harmful to the body

Sunlight and bleach can both kill the new coronavirus, a federal official told the daily White House briefing Thursday. But President Trump turned what should have been a simple scientific ...

Prescribing a Robot ‘Intervention’

  According to Australian Centre for Robotic Vision Research’s Nicole Robinson, research studies on the impact of social robot interventions there have been few and unsophisticated. There ...