In Tunisia, a robot “seeks” an ID and controls a restraining order


A police robot has emerged on the streets of Tunisia to ensure that citizens comply with quarantine during the coronavirus epidemic.

When she notices a person on the street, the robot approaches her/him and asks what he/she is doing outside. That person then has to show the robot an ID so that the police officers who control the robot check the information, reports BBC.

Tunisia has lockdown for the second week due to the epidemic. All citizens are required to stay in their homes and exit is allowed only for medical reasons or for the purchase of food.

Tunisia’s COVID-19 has so far killed 18 people and infected 495 people.

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