All over the world, public health and safety officials are employing drones to monitor public spaces and enforce social distancing rules, to help slow the spread of coronavirusCBS News National Correspondent Errol Barnett recorded onlookers appearing perplexed at the sight of a drone buzzing above a New York City park this month at the height of the coronavirus pandemic. But it wasn’t the work of New York police, but instead, a frustrated drone enthusiast from Queens.  Xavier Arthur was so angry at people not following guidelines to stay home, he offered what he described as a public service. A loudspeaker on his drone broadcast a message: “This is the Anti-COVID-19 Volunteer Drone Task Force. Please maintain a social distance of at least six feet. Again, please maintain social distancing. Please help stop the spread of this virus, reduce the death toll and save lives. For your own safety and your family’s safety, please maintain social distancing. “Thank you for your cooperation. We are all in this together,” the voice announced.”I couldn’t believe my eyes,” Arthur said. “I was like, OK, I’m just going to make sure that the message gets out loud and clear. Maybe someone will listen to me.” New Drone


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