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A robot helps to maintain safe distances in a German supermarket


Lindlar (Germany), March 31, EFE/EPA, (Camera: Sascha Steinbach).- The German chain Edeka has installed a humanoid robot in one of its supermarkets in Lindlar to alert customers to keep their distance from the safety of the Covid-19. The robot, called Pepper, represents a nurse. According to Germany's federal disease control agency, the Robert Koch Institute, the number of cases of COVID-19 in Germany has surpassed the 67,000 mark, while some 650 deaths have been recorded so far. FOOTAGE OF HUMANOID ROBOT 'PEPPER' IN THE EDEKA SUPERMARKET IN LINDLAR, GERMANY.

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