Co-founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates has registered satisfaction at Ghana’s move to adopt drone technology to supply medical sundries to health centres across the nation. This follows the innovative adoption of the drone
Ghana last month, inaugurated the Omenako centre in the Eastern Region to serve as a point from where blood and other essential medicines and vaccines will be distributed by drones to hospitals and other health care facilities.
In a tweet, the business mogul and acclaimed philanthropist commended Ghana and Zipline, the company responsible for the installation, operation and maintenance of the drones for implementing the innovative idea.
He tweeted: “It’s amazing to think about the creative ways we’ve delivered vaccines over the years (even by dog sled, when necessary). Today, a startup called Zipline is even using delivery drones to reach the most remote parts of the world.”
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