The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the lives of everyone on Earth. In this video, I talk about some of the ways the pandemic and quarantine has changed life and society. I also talk about what you can do to make the most of this time. Maybe society can also make some good changes as a result of everything that’s happening. Stay safe, healthy, and try to stay positive.
The robo-doctor will see you now. Her name is ELF. A humanoid robot, she simulates face-to-face interactions between doctors and patients at a major hospital in India. She helps reduce human interaction to keep people safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Rajeev Karwal. He is the chairman of Milagrow Robots, a technology company in Gurgaon, India, that makes ELF and other robots revolutionizing healthcare.
Vocabulary chunks to learn from video
Various types of robots
Fact to face
Can I introduce myself
In the robotic field
Floor cleaning robots
The health care industry
Around the globe
They can serve as a telepresence for the doctors
Inside the ward
Floor cleaning robot
Killed the virus
Humanoid robot instead of the doctor
They get accustomed to it very quickly
It has a lot of capabilities
Keeps on wandering around the ward
This pandemic has been the turning point for the services robot industry
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Understand and learn to speak about COVID-19 in English. In this important session where I’ll explain the most common vocabulary related to the coronavirus.
You’ll learn: nouns such as symptoms, outbreak, pandemic, transmission, and social distancing; verbs and expressions such as to ban gatherings, to protect the vulnerable, to restrict travel, and to flatten the curve; adjectives such as contagious, symptomatic, mandatory, and unprecedented. This lesson is for anyone who wants to follow the news and discuss this important topic more confidently in English.