Wearable tech such as the Oura Ring monitors body temperature, breathing, heart rate and other vital signs. Photo: West Virginia UniversityWearable tech such as the Oura Ring monitors body temperature, breathing, heart rate and other vital signs. Photo: West Virginia University
Wearable tech such as the Oura Ring monitors body temperature, breathing, heart rate and other vital signs. Photo: West Virginia University

Your wearable tech could be used as a Covid-19 virus early warning system. A new app could diagnose you before you have any symptoms

  • Smartwatches and other wearables take 250,000 measurements a day, giving them the potential to detect virus symptoms
  • Scientists have developed an app that could detect the virus three days before symptoms are felt
Topic |   Wellness
Wearable tech such as the Oura Ring monitors body temperature, breathing, heart rate and other vital signs. Photo: West Virginia UniversityWearable tech such as the Oura Ring monitors body temperature, breathing, heart rate and other vital signs. Photo: West Virginia University
Wearable tech such as the Oura Ring monitors body temperature, breathing, heart rate and other vital signs. Photo: West Virginia University
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