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Rwanda Begins Drone Deliveries of Blood to Rural Hospitals

Rwanda has begun using drones to deliver blood to hospitals in rural areas of the country in what is thought to be the world’s first regular national drone delivery system. The program will use fixed-wing drones that automatically fly to their destinations—initially limited to 21 across Rwanda—and drop packages of blood, plasma and coagulants with parachutes attached.
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