Drones to be Used in Combating Coronavirus in the UK

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England, one of the countries most affected by coronavirus in the world, applies to drones in the fight against epidemic. The country’s civil aviation agency has announced they are preparing to ease restrictions on drones.

The coronavirus, which infects more than 3.7 million people and causes more than 256 thousand people to die, continues to affect life negatively worldwide. Anti-virus efforts are also continuing, which has a negative impact on the economy and health.

One of these studies takes place in England. The British Civil Aviation Authority / CAA is preparing to loosen its restrictions on drones in the country.

Drone assistance in the fight against coronavirus:
According to the news that NTV is based on the British press, these aircraft will be used mostly in the transportation of test kits and medical equipment during the coronavirus epidemic period. In the 23-page action plan published by the authorized institution, deliveries can be made cheaper and faster thanks to the use of drones in transportation. In the transportation processes to be carried out by these aircraft, the regions where transportation is difficult will be easily reached.

According to The Telegraph newspaper published in England, the first delivery with drones was made to the Isle of Wight, located in the English Channel, in the southeastern part of England. A total of 141 thousand people live on this island of 380 km2.

More than 194 thousand coronavirus cases have been identified in the UK, where the first coronavirus case occurred in February. The number of people who died due to coronavirus exceeded 29 thousand. The UK is the 4th country with the most coronavirus cases in the world. The country, which ranks second in coronavirus-related deaths worldwide, is first in Europe. There is no information on the number of patients recovering in the country.

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