Robots have come to the rescue for doctors on the frontline of the control and prevention of the Coronavirus, code-named COVID-19.
These robots, helping reduce the possibility of transmission of the disease between humans have saved lives and are providing foods for medical workers in Wuhan, the city worst hit by the virus.
Currently, China has recorded 1770 deaths from the disease, as the nation and the entire world battles to erase the scourge of a global epidemic.
The robots, which are unmanned provide three dozen meals every quarter of an hour.
Footage has emerged that shows catering robots churning out three dozen meals every 15 minutes for front-line medical workers in coronavirus epicentre Wuhan.
The unmanned food stations were developed by Qianxi Robotic Catering, a subsidiary of Chinese real estate giant Country Garden.
According to the Daily Mirror, isolation wards have been set up outside the Hannan Red Cross Hospital with temporary treatment centres. The pink robot catering stations are serving up traditional brown rice clay-pot casserole dishes to order for free.
Qiu Mi, general manager of Qianxi Robotic Catering, said: “This system solves the problem of medical workers getting only irregular meals by offering them food at any time of the day.