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Exergen Duke University Study Shows Corporate Senior Managers Endorse Ineffective Non-Contact Thermometer Screenings Against Medical Director’s Advice

Companies Implement Ineffective Screenings to Give Employees and Customers Misleading Reassurance A new study[1] published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (JOEM) shows senior management overriding the advice of their medical directors regarding screening employees with non-contact thermometers…. Read more »

Exergen: New Study Shows Pro Athletes In Closed Campus “Bubble” Who Tested Positive For COVID-19 But Were Asymptomatic Did Not Transmit The Virus

A new study1 published by JAMA Network proves that individuals, in this case, young, healthy, male basketball players, who tested positive for COVID-19 but were asymptomatic, did not spread the virus despite being in a closed, isolation “bubble” over a… Read more »