Swoop Delivers Vaccines By Drone In DR Congo

A Kookaburra drone lands in a remote village in DR Congo.
Credit: Swoop Aero
Australian startup Swoop Aero has completed three months of medical drone deliveries in the Democratic Republic (DR) of Congo, delivering more than 20,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses on long-range flights. Melbourne-based Swoop has previously operated pilot networks in Malawi and Mozambique, and launched...

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