Smart Robot in Medina Gives Health Advice to Pilgrims

19:06 - June 09, 2024
News ID: 3488672
IQNA – A smart robot service launched in the holy city of Medina is aimed at assisting pilgrims visiting the Prophet's Mosque, including by giving them health advice.

Hajj volunteers are seen positioning the smart robort at the courtyard of the Prophet's Mosque in Medina.


A project of the Saudi Ministry of Health branch in Medina province, the robot is positioned at the courtyard next to the Prophet’s Mosque.

A report by the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) said the service "aims to display and broadcast awareness and educational messages and health advice for the safety and awareness of pilgrims in more than 96 languages ​​of the world."

Aside from the robot service, volunteer and awareness teams of the City Health Branch continue their field work with 220 male and female volunteers, and more than 12 teams working in the field around the clock to serve pilgrims performing Hajj.

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Volunteers are on standby to provide health and emergency services during the Hajj season at the Prophet’s Mosque and the roads leading to it, and Prince Muhammad bin Abdulaziz International Airport, Al-Haramain Train Station, Quba Mosque, Al-Khandaf, Sayyid Al-Shuhada, and Miqat Dhu Al-Hulaifah.



Source: Arab News