RIGA - Non-contact temperature measurement devices might not prove particularly useful, and the necessity to install them at schools should be carefully assessed, Ilona Liskova, deputy director for development and epidemiological safety at the Center for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) said today at a conference organized by the Education and Science Ministry.
The CDC representative said that in order to measure kids' body temperature before they enter the school building, it is first necessary to figure out what steps will be taken if a child happens to ru...
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