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Belgian video-calling robots to keep elderly connected during coronavirus
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17 March 2020
On 17 March 2020 Reuters reported:
A Belgian robotics firm is lending a fleet of robots to elderly care homes to help residents stay connected after the government banned visitors to try to prevent the spread of coronavirus. 'We said, in the coming weeks we will not be able to sell, the stock is just going to sit here. Instead of letting the stock sit here, why not put it to use in a good way?' Zorabots co-CEO Tommy Deblieck told Reuters.
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