Thermal Scanners for Churches
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Continue serving your church community despite these hard times. Equip your place of worship with thermal cameras and fever scanners to reduce the risk of church-based pandemic outbreak in your parish, encouraging your church-goers to attend the service physically again.
What Are Thermal Imaging Cameras?
Thermal Imaging Cameras are able to measure an object’s temperature at high accuracy in real-time. They enable quick detection of elevated skin temperatures. They are capable of discovering and tracking people’s body temperature in crowded public areas. Thermal imaging equipment can also easily be installed and implemented in places such as airports, hospitals, clinics, office buildings, cruise ships, and any large public gathering location.
Benefits of Thermal Cameras for Churches
The person who handles the thermal imaging system is not required to be physically close to the person being evaluated. In fact, the person who handles the thermal imaging system could be in a different area or room.
Scientific studies show that, when used correctly, thermal imaging systems generally measure surface skin temperature accurately. This is very helpful as the fever has been proven to be
one of the most common symptoms of COVID-19.
The thermal imaging system may measure surface skin temperature faster than the typical forehead or oral (mouth) thermometer that requires a close distance or physical contact with the person being evaluated. This makes access and traffic flow faster and smoother.
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Thermal Scanners in Action
The Singapore Archdiocese has announced it will resume Masses with several precautionary measures as the city-state is projected as an example of how to check the fast-spreading coronavirus. Ucanews.com reported precautionary measures taken at 32 parishes under the archdiocese include the installation of thermal scanners and thermometers for temperature screening. Parishes also plan to increase the frequency of church cleaning, reduce the sharing of common items and to continue awareness campaigns on personal hygiene. Father Stephen Yim, who heads the archdiocesan task force on the outbreak, said it would work hard to minimize risks when churches open their doors to resume public Masses.
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