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KCSD uses ‘Feevr’ to detect possible COVID infections
Feevr System
A Camden High School staff member points to an Android device screen showing the thermal image of a student during a recent SAT testing day at the school. The device is part of a system called Feevr that can instantly record a person’s temperature and alert officials if it is above a particular threshold for an infectious disease, such as the COVID-19 novel coronavirus. (Tom Didato/C-I)
Upon entering Kershaw County School District facilities this year, students, teachers, administrators, workers and visitors will walk past through a new system called Feevr. It’s part of the way the district is trying to detect if students and others might have contracted the COVID-19 novel coronavirus before fully entering a building.