A global survey has highlighted that the use of digital technologies has increased during the COVID-19 pandemic on a large scale. The global pandemic is gripping the whole world at a rapid pace and it is now becoming difficult for people to keep themselves safe from this deadly disease. The monitoring of coronavirus patients at remote locations has started with the help of clinical-grade sensors in order to collect important data.
Over 7 million people have got infected due to COVID-19 at a global level and it is now becoming difficult to control the spread of this disease. Laboratory research units at a global level are making high use of Melanotan 2 peptide and other important ingredients to carry out deep research to introduce the COVID-19 vaccine at the earliest.
The use of telemedicine is being made by medical practitioners to offer online health consultations. It has made it possible for medical professionals to remotely examine, diagnose, and treat patients without allowing them to move outside of their homes.
The use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) for screening people is helping to assess infection risks to track as well as diagnose outbreaks. Moreover, scientists are now making use of technologies such as Natural Language Processing (NLP), Machine Learning (ML), and location monitoring to determine the expected location of outbreaks.
Keeping in mind the severity of the situation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers and scientists are now making use of innovative technologies to accelerate the speed of drug discovery and find a vaccine for COVID-19. By making use of digital technologies, it is now becoming possible for researchers to share data to a remote location with other researchers.