Flirtey and Vault take over the supply of COVID check kits by drones

“The COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread, with more than 250,000 deaths and more than 11,000,000 cases The United States, according to CDC. Vault Health sells a COVID-19 saliva test kit that can be used at home under the supervision of a healthcare professional via video call. Using Flirtey’s drones to deliver the test kits to households eliminates exposure risks and creates additional convenience, especially for those who do not live near test sites on site, ”a Flirtey press release said.

Vault Health’s COVID-19 test kits have been added to Flirtey’s existing testing program for the delivery of drones Reno, NV Area. Vault Health sends kits to distribution centers: when a customer places an order, a Flirtey drone delivers the COVID-19 test kit to the customer’s home when needed.

“Our mission is to save lives and improve lifestyles with instant delivery for everyone. Partnering with Vault Health for the delivery of COVID-19 test kits by Flirtey drones is another big step towards our mission. The delivery of COVID-19 test kits by drones is faster than conventional mail. This enables the customer to achieve faster results and reduces the time that a person has the potential to spread COVID-19 by 24 to 48 hours, ”said Flirtey’s founder and CEO Matthew Sweeny.

“As a team, we are committed to expanding COVID-19 testing across America through continuous innovation. Our shipping and results turnaround time is already fast, but working with Flirtey to make on-demand delivery of COVID-19 saliva test kits for drones available on demand will make it faster than ever. We will help anyone who is concerned about their infection status find their answer, ”he said Jason Feldman, Founder and CEO of Vault Health.

The FAA has made efforts to facilitate projects that support the COVID-19 response. The drone service provider DroneUp has completed the delivery of COVID test kits for drones in Las Vegas in collaboration with Walmart and Quest Diagnostics. Other projects include the delivery of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) through Zipline and a UPS project that delivers prescription drugs to communities in Florida.

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