INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The state’s largest housing agency is working to prevent the spread of COVID-19 by installing a device to help detect possible symptoms, like a fever.
The office says a majority of people it serves are in the vulnerable age group over 65.
The device was created by Van Ausdall and Farrar.
It can detect if someone has a fever and if they’re not wearing a mask.
It costs around $2,200 and companies throughout the state of Indiana and across the country are purchasing the device.
The housing agency has purchased nine more devices to put in various buildings.