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Keeping Schools Virus-Safe Is Not An Easy Feat


Follow UNICEF's guidance on how to keep your school virus free. Take action and join the schools that have moved forward and deployed robots to stop the pandemic, and make sure it won't come back!

Dr. Fauci warned  that this virus could possibly become a reoccurring illness. Even when this wave is over, viruses won't. Take action now and keep your community safe and healthy. 

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Simple, Systematic and Effective

That's how the approach to virus-free schools should be. This is not a joke, not a drill, this is real life Armageddon. Our responsibility is to keep our schools and our community healthy by approaching the challenge systematically.



UNICEF promotes the rights and well-being of every child and recommends measures to be taken by schools that can prevent the entry and spread of COVID-19 or other viruses by students and staff who may have been exposed to the virus, while minimizing disruption and protecting students and staff from discrimination.

The protection of children and educational facilities is particularly important. Precautions are necessary to prevent the potential spread of COVID-19 in school settings; however, care must also be taken to avoid stigmatizing students and staff who may have been exposed to the virus. It is important to remember that COVID-19 does not differentiate between borders, ethnicities, disability status, age or gender. Education settings should continue to be welcoming, respectful, inclusive, and supportive environments to all.

The purpose of this guide is to provide clear and actionable guidance for safe operations through  the early detection and control of COVID-19 virus in schools and other educational facilities. The guidance and tools are relevant in all communities, age groups, social-economic backgrounds, faiths and ethnicities. Education can encourage students to become advocates for a clean environment and control at home, in school, and in their community by talking to others about how to prevent the spread of viruses. Maintaining safe school operations and reopening schools after a closure requires many considerations but, if done well, can promote public health.

Read unicef's key messages regarding COVID-19. 

  • Identify Sick students and staff before they enter
  • Educate, demonstrate positive hygiene practices
  • Clean and disinfect facilities
  • Systematically
    approach the challenge



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UNICEF's Three Steps For Virus-Safe Schools:

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Step 1

Identify Sick Students and Staff Before They Enter

Sick students, parents, teachers and other staff should not come to school. Schools should  identify individuals with fever and other symptoms

Step 2

Educate, Demonstrate Positive Hygiene Practices

Consistently promote and demonstrate regular hand washing (at least 20 seconds) and positive hygiene behaviors (sleeve sneeze).

Step 3

Regularly, Meticulously Clean And Disinfect Facilities

Clean and disinfect school buildings, classrooms particularly high-traffic surfaces and areas

How Schools Ensure A Consistent, Healthy Environment?

Virus-Fighting is not for humans

Let robots do the dull and dangerous job, not humans! Breathing disinfectants every day isn't a good idea for the long run, holding a UVC sanitation light can cause skin cancer, and vacuuming floors simply isn't enough.

As we can see around us now, the health of our community is far too important and requires a systematic and meticulous approach, a task that only robots can perform successfully. That's why schools employ robots with the required skills to disinfect their spaces, an approach that offers a better quality and a cost-efficient protection to their students and staff.

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Sick Students, Parents and Staff Before and After They Enter

Robots that are designed to check fever at the school entrance, and alert staff if a deviation from standards was found, while offering a friendly experience to the individual in question.

RobotLAB ThermoReader


The RobotLAB ThermoReader Station is an autonomous screening station for recognizing the initial symptoms of COVID-19.  This solution provides contactless body temperature measurement in public areas. The measurement process takes 5 seconds, with 0.2 degrees accuracy.



Cruzr is a 4-ft. tall advanced self-driving humanoid robot capable of complex actions and interactions with humans. This version of Cruzr allows body-temperature measurement and screening and mask detection at a rate of 60 people per minute. It also offers remote video calls with staff. It's currently used to fight against Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Use cases:

Place it at the entrance to school in the morning to get alerts when an individual with fever is detected before they get in to school, or in the hallway during a recess or lunch break. It will monitor and protect the community every day, all day long.

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Operator's view of students with respective body temperature

Cruzr can also detect individuals who are not wearing face masks in an indoor environment with large traffic. When someone is identified, CRUZR can remind the person to wear his mask thought a customized voice message and send a real-time notification to the staff.

Cruzr Covid-19 A Typical deployment at the entrance of school


Regularly, Meticulously Clean And Disinfect Facilities
Robots that are designed to work tirelessly at the end of the day, clean and disinfect the classrooms, common spaces, and even high-traffic areas like door handles and lockers. Save on manpower, and ensure high quality cleaning and a healthy school




Either by spraying disinfectant on surfaces or flooding the rooms with bacteria-killing UVC light, these robots will make sure that no matter what came into the school today, won't last till tomorrow to start a new epidemic.These autonomous robots can navigate tight spaces, follow a predefined map, or create their map as they go about their job.

Use Cases:

They start their day when everyone left for the day. The robots are pre-programmed with tasks and locations, and can be monitored remotely. Each robot can navigate classrooms and hallways, and can work for 10 hours straight, ensuring that come morning, the school environment will be as sterile as possible.

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A UV Robot sanitizing and disinfecting an school

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“Many of you in the audience have asked of us: would this possibly become a seasonal cyclic thing? And I've always indicated to you that I think it very well might. And the reason I say that is that what we're starting to see now in the southern hemisphere...in fact, they have a substantial outbreak. It will be inevitable that we need to be prepared. That will get a cycle around the second time. What does that mean for us is that we need to be prepared”.

Dr. Anthony Fauci
Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases