Tunisia deploys police robot on lockdown patrol amid #COVID19


North African country, Tunisia has deployed police robots as patrols amid coronavirus crisis. The police robots have been deployed to patrol areas of Tunis, the capital city of Tunisia.


The robots are projected as spies and they spy on anyone who walks along largely deserted streets. And they question people why they’re out. Tunisia’s government has instructs all citizens to stay home but also allows them to buy drugs and other basic necessities to cater for themselves in their various homes.


Tunisia currently has about 436 cases of coronavirus. There is currently over 7000 covid-19 cases across Africa now with death toll at 284. In Tunisia, the robots ask you why you are out and then people must show their identification cards and all necessary documents to the robots camera. Police officers controlling the robots can check them within their stations.

Tunisia’s interior ministry posted a video on their Facebook page, telling the world about this new innovation amids this perilous times.  According to the ministry,  its main purpose is to impose restrictions and to deploy these robots to assist.

Many Tunisians welcome the initiative but some say the robots do not move very fast hence making them ineffective but it’s all good, they noted.

Several videos have gone viral on social media of robots “PGuard stopping people and asking them questions.

 

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