Robots, government-mandated selfies, and military lockdowns — here are some of the innovative and sometimes startling ways in which countries are fighting the coronavirus outbreak
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Governments worldwide are taking innovative approaches to slow the spread of the coronavirus — including modifying robots to aid in hospitals.

Some of those methods, however, are also jarring.

Some countries, like Taiwan, Poland, and Singapore, are tracking citizens through geo-location services on mobile phones.

Other countries, like Tunisia, are imposing harsher lockdowns — including a 6 pm to 6 am public curfew enforced by military.

Here's a roundup of some of the...

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