Why Thermal Screening At Borders Is Not Effective

Written by Madeline Sharpe

October 11, 2014

Health | Technology | Travel

Why Thermal Screening At Borders Is Not Effective

If you haven’t read our latest blog post that mentions why passenger screening measures for infectious diseases applied at the border are not that effective, we recommend you do so now. Recently one of our co-founders, Dr. Ron St. John, former Director of Emergency Preparedness of Canada, was interviewed by CBC Radio regarding his experience during the 2003 SARS epidemic.

Listen below and let us know what you think!

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