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Police in Malaysia use drones to detect COVID symptoms

Malaysian police are now using drones to detect temperature and other symptoms of COVID as cases surged.

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Malaysian police are now using drones to detect temperature and other symptoms of COVID as cases surged.

Drones are being used as health measures in public spaces as the authorities issued a red alert in the country. Malaysia entered a near-total national lockdown last week in an attempt to halt rising daily infections, which had reached more than 9,000 by the end of May.

Although the daily number of cases has fallen the increase in local cases is still on the move. Moreover, the source of the infection is still unknown to the authorities. One of the reasons for the surge in cases is the emergence of new COVID variants. The country has tightened the restrictions and asked people to stay home as much as possible. Schools and shopping malls are shut, though much of the manufacturing sector has continued to operate with a reduced workforce.

Malaysian police have previously warned they will use drones to enforce earlier travel restrictions, with officers in some areas also stating they would carry out surprise home visits to ensure people were following rules.

China has been also using drones and other advanced technology to detect the coronavirus. Sniffing dogs are yet another source of detecting instruments against COVID. 

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