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In recent news, drone speakers were been used by the council to tell people to stay indoors and follow the Uk government’s social distancing advice to slow the spread of the virus.
The spread of COVID-19( coronavirus) in communities can be limited if only humans adhere to the rules and regulations guiding its localities such as wearing a mask, maintaining social distancing, coughing into bent elbows or tissue paper, practising cross ventilation of rooms, and virtually doing it all.
In light of this, the government has taken specific measures to make sure this set down protocols are not cut short by introducing drone technology. This should be taken into consideration that if drones are used to spy on people breaking quarantine rules, what else could they be used for?
This might look like the sci-fiction movie but in reality, issuing such warnings have been in the skies everywhere from the USA to India, the UK and, of course, China. The use of unmannered aerial vehicles is definitely a choice for government agencies during the outbreak of a virus. It can be used from a distance to keep staff safe and monitor a wide are. The application of this innovative idea could take drones beyond simply issuing remote warnings and into the realm of spotting likely infections.