Get Used to the Temperature Check (Even if it Doesn’t Work)

As Kate Morgan reports in OneZero, temperature checks in public spaces may soon become “as ubiquitous as bag checks at a stadium or metal detectors in the airport.” As the pandemic wears on and places reopen, spots ranging from airports to hospitals to malls and office buildings are expect to implement measures to lower the risk of Covid-19 spread. Many of these plans include temperature checks, even through they are not considered a fool-proof way to screen for Covid-19. Read the full story below.




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