Ian McKay, an Australian virologist, once said that “The only fail-safe means of avoiding a cold is to live in complete isolation from the rest of humanity.” This is also true for COVID-19. But, to keep ourselves in isolation just isn’t realistic.
As stay-at-home orders are being lifted and schools in America are getting ready to reopen this fall, authorities should focus on clear messages to reduce harm and minimize the spread of the virus. However, it is really up to us to take care of ourselves and do our part to prevent the chance of transmission by reducing effective contact, maintaining personal hygiene by washing our hands often and wearing face masks, and taking control of our own health screening checks.
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Monitoring your and your family’s body temperature is now easier with PouchPASS, a health monitoring wrist bracelet with medical-grade Body Temperature Sensors. It is connected to an app on your mobile phones that allows you to monitor your body temperature continuously, remotely and with no interpersonal or physical contact. You can easily set and adjust the temperature alerts and data synchronisation period according to your preference. The body temperature data, measured by the wrist bracelet sensors, will be automatically synced in real-time and all data will be stored in the Cloud, which can be viewed from the user-friendly PouchPASS mobile application and/or dashboard.
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Aside from reminding your children to keep a safe physical distance, to wash their hands often and to keep their masks on as much as they can, it is important to monitor their body temperatures periodically and continuously throughout the day. PouchPass temperature monitoring wrist bracelet is made from hypoallergenic silicone and polycarbonates (PC), which is smooth, flexible, and comfortable for children to wear. It comes in a small size (11-16 cm) with 5 trendy colours to choose from. Their temperature data can be viewed in real-time from your mobile app or dashboard, remotely.
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Our family’s health and safety should still remain our top priorities. Let PouchPASS help to provide you with some peace of mind during these confusing times.
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