GUWAHATI: Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal handed over two robots for food and medicine to Assam Medical College and Hospital (AMCH) as a part of the COVID-19 infrastructure equipment grant sponsored by Rotary Foundation of Rotary International, Rotary Club of Dibrugarh and Rotary Club of Dhaka Royal, Bangladesh under the support of Global Grant at a function held at John Berry White Auditorium at AMCH in Dibrugarh The robots are remotely Controllable Robotic Vehicles that are designed for delivering foods, medicines and other necessary goods to the COVID 19 patients as well as patients with other extremely contagious diseases inside the isolation chambers of the quarantine facilities.
He said that the ‘YANTRABOT’ robots will have a huge role in rendering care to the patients in the hospitals. He also appreciated Rotary’s service to mankind and requested the members of the organization to use Sports, Culture and Education as tools to bolster human development.
Speaking about the countrywide inoculation drive of COVID-19 that started on Saturday nationally, Sonowal hailed all the frontline warriors and health workers for dealing with the COVID 19 pandemic with conviction and valour.
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