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After Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya also initiated the drone delivery mode of medicines to remote locations. The Meghalaya government, in partnership with startup TechEagle, has created Asia’s first drone delivery hub and network, which is aimed at providing universal access to healthcare for the people in the state residing in the rugged terrain, a Meghalaya spokesperson informed. The Meghalaya government and TechEagle have executed the project. It is aimed at delivering vital supplies like drugs, diagnostic samples, vaccines, blood and blood components quickly and safely to the rugged terrain of the hilly state using a dedicated drone delivery network.

The state government claims that Meghalaya Drone Delivery Network (MDDN) would bring universal access to healthcare to 2.7 million people of Meghalaya.


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