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Indonesian village turns unwanted trash into COVID-19 helper

Indonesian village turns unwanted trash into COVID-19 helper




A homemade robot designed by Indonesian villagers and scientists for fun has found a new use during
the pandemic - bringing food, and hopefully a smile, to self-isolating residents who have contracted


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An eclectic assembly of household items like pots, pans and an old television monitor, it is now named
the "Delta robot" in a nod to the highly contagious variant of the coronavirus that has ripped through


"With this new Delta variant and the surging number of COVID-19 cases, I decided to turn the robot
into one used for public services such as to spray disinfectant, deliver food and meet the needs of
residents who are self-isolating," Aseyanto, 53, a neighbourhood leader who heads the project, said.


The robot's head is made from a rice cooker, and it is operated by remote control with a 12-hour
battery life. It is one of several robots made in the village of Tembok Gede, which has won
a reputation for its creative use of technology.


After trundling down the street to the home of an isolating resident, its speaker emits the message
"assalamu’alaikum" (Peace be with you), followed by "A delivery is here. Get well soon."


The village lies within Surabaya, capital of East Java province and Indonesia's second-biggest city,
where a devastating second wave of coronavirus infections has swept in over in the past month.

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