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A medical drone delivery service set up by aspiring doctors to move coronavirus samples, test kits and protective gear between hospitals has received support from the UK space agency.
The start-up project can help to relieve health workers, avoid waiting times for couriers and minimize the risk of virus transmission, the authorities said on Saturday.
The budding doctors Hammad Jeilani and Christopher Law are testing the Dronepad infrastructure so that the min…

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