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COVID-19: Coimbatore-based engineer develops smart swab robot for sample collection

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COVID-19: Coimbatore-based engineer develops smart swab robot for sample collection

COVID-19: Coimbatore-based engineer develops smart swab robot for sample collection

Coronavirus cases are growing in the country and same is the condition with testings.

A robotic engineer from Coimbatore has developed smart swab robot for sample collection.

The robot works automatically through connecting with phone via app and it eliminates any human interference that could help in containing the spread of coronavirus.

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