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transporting the life saving medicine I close to seventy miles an hour over treetops and rivers to twelve million patients the world's largest medical drone delivery service has been launched in gonna operating twenty four hours a day seven days a week meaning supplies at delivered as and when they need it to some of the country's most isolated places patients often make long journeys to attend clinics like these so when drug and vaccine stocks run out in the post it was nearly impossible for them to return on another day and they'd lose faith in the medical system the advantage of this is that in those cases %HESITATION vacant taxed send a message and while the clinic is still going on they can get a resupply of the vaccines that are necessary and that allows them to complete full vaccination which increases confidence zip line a California based robotics company is leading the drone project it has four distribution centers across the country like Hey in almanac coke the centers aim to send supplies to two thousand medical facilities within Hoffman our , me me me after the city the end we know it'll happen lots of people I what plans in the our patience to deal Thomas drones are capable of delivering a hundred and forty eight different types of medicine including anti venom and rabies shots well the centers were set top with help from a number of charities operational costs have been paid for by the government who pushed for gonna to become zip line second base in Africa following Rwanda