PHOTOS Lebanese experts make robots to facilitate COVID-19 testing

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Lebanese experts make robots to facilitate COVID-19 testing

Xinhua

14:15, April 20, 2020

A doctor checks the robot at Geitawi Hospital in Ashrafieh in Beirut, Lebanon, April 16, 2020. A team of Lebanese experts invented two robots to facilitate the testing of COVID-19 without exposing physicians and nurses to the risk of being infected through direct contact with patients. The project, which was launched on Thursday at Geitawi Hospital in Ashrafieh, uses robots, cameras and voice transmission through internet connection. (Photo by Bilal Jawich/Xinhua)

A woman operates on the robot at Geitawi Hospital in Ashrafieh in Beirut, Lebanon, April 16, 2020. A team of Lebanese experts invented two robots to facilitate the testing of COVID-19 without exposing physicians and nurses to the risk of being infected through direct contact with patients. The project, which was launched on Thursday at Geitawi Hospital in Ashrafieh, uses robots, cameras and voice transmission through internet connection. (Photo by Bilal Jawich/Xinhua)

An engineer controls the robot at Geitawi Hospital in Ashrafieh in Beirut, Lebanon, April 16, 2020. A team of Lebanese experts invented two robots to facilitate the testing of COVID-19 without exposing physicians and nurses to the risk of being infected through direct contact with patients. The project, which was launched on Thursday at Geitawi Hospital in Ashrafieh, uses robots, cameras and voice transmission through internet connection. (Photo by Bilal Jawich/Xinhua)

Photo taken on April 16, 2020 shows the robot facilitating the testing of COVID-19 at Geitawi Hospital in Ashrafieh in Beirut, Lebanon. A team of Lebanese experts invented two robots to facilitate the testing of COVID-19 without exposing physicians and nurses to the risk of being infected through direct contact with patients. The project, which was launched on Thursday at Geitawi Hospital in Ashrafieh, uses robots, cameras and voice transmission through internet connection. (Photo by Bilal Jawich/Xinhua)

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