Organizers of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics have equipped a robotic bartender that can serve cocktails in just 90 seconds.
Follow South China Morning Post, This robot will be installed at the Media Center to serve journalists and reporters to report on the event. They can order drinks by scanning the code on the phone. This idea was launched to reduce the risk of spreading Covid-19 during the Olympics.
|Robots serving cocktails at the 2022 Winter Olympics|
According to a video from Reuters, the robot will serve both alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails, work behind a circular bar, with dozens of wine bottles hanging from the side, performing professional bartender maneuvers such as shaking , pour, mix the ingredients to get a complete margarita. The robots will be supervised and assisted by human bartenders.
In addition to the robot at the bar, a restaurant with dishes such as hamburgers and rice will be opened to serve those working at the event. All processed and served by machines, the restaurant uses rails that run along the ceiling to deliver food directly from the kitchen to the customer’s table.
China has adopted a “zero Covid” policy since the beginning of the pandemic, including issuing orders to close borders and localities, implementing strict quarantine rules for international visitors.
This year’s Winter Olympics also applies the same strict policy. Athletes, media staff and staff working at the event will operate in a closed area, completely isolated from people in the country. International visitors are also prohibited from attending as spectators.
According to the International Olympic Committee, athletes and staff must test negative after three tests, including once upon arrival at the airport, before boarding and before entering the closed area. private.
The three layers of testing aim to filter out any potential positive cases at every stage and minimize the number of infections at the event, said Dr. Brian McCloskey, chairman of the Beijing 2022 panel of medical experts.
Athletes and staff will also be subject to regular PCR testing for the duration of the event, which runs from February 4 to 20.
According to the International Olympic Committee, as of January 23, out of 2,586 tests carried out at Beijing airport since January 4, only 39 were positive. In the closed area, there are 33 positive cases out of 336,421 tests.
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