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Stay connected to your loved ones with real-time GPS tracking, 2-way calling, vital sign monitoring (Heart Rate, Body Temperature, Oxygen), SOS button. IP67 Water & Dust Resistant - Fast Charging and long battery life. Access from it from our Cloud-based platform anywhere in the world. 

This could be a great tool to help control COVID19 and other related pandemic as it provides real time access to vital sign from individuals  - The GPS solution allows for creating geo-fencese to alert movement from designated geographical assignated areas.

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How long does it take for COVID-19 symptoms to show up after exposure?
On average, symptoms showed up in the newly infected person about 5 days after contact. Rarely, symptoms appeared as soon as 2 days after exposure. Most people with symptoms had them by day 12. And most of the other ill people were sick by day 14. In rare cases, symptoms can show up after 14 days

Monitoring Your Health During Quarantine

While you are quarantining, you should stay in a separate room in your home and nobody in your household should visit you. Stay away from all public places, including public transportation, and do not share food, drinks, utensils, or cups with anyone. As you are quarantining, you will need to monitor your health for COVID-19 symptoms. Here’s what you should do:

Take your temperature every day, once in the morning and once in the evening—a temperature above 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit is considered a fever, as recognized by the CDC.
Pay close attention to any symptoms you’re experiencing: Cough and shortness of breath are two of the most commonly reported symptoms aside from fever. Other symptoms include loss of smell or taste, sore throat, runny nose or congestion, fatigue, body aches, and headache.
Keep a log of your health throughout the quarantine period, including your twice-daily temperature checks and any other symptoms you’re experiencing.

GPS Health Watch - Smart 4G LTE Watch

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