Under the “Fever Free Zone” banner, Scottish hotel chain Signature Group is exploring new technologies.
It claims that temperature controls on entry and activation of a six-hour pass would create trust and provide a secure environment.
The pilot will take place before being rolled out to other venues, including Kyloe, Huxley and Cold Town House, at McLarens on the Corner in Bruntsfield, Edinburgh.
The technology was created by Dr. Paul Nelson, a medical doctor, clinical epidemiologist and public health consultant.
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“This has been a really tough year for the hospitality industry in general, with so many pubs forced to close their doors indefinitely as a result of government restrictions. As a business, we’ve invested over £250,000 in Covid measures since the outbreak of the pandemic and we’re committed to doing everything we can to ensure our customers and staff feel as safe as possible.”This has been a really tough year for the hospitality industry in general, with so many pubs forced to close their doors indefinitely due to government restrictions. Since the outbreak of the pandemic, we have invested more than £ 250,000 in Covid measures as a company and we are committed to doing everything we can to ensure that our customers and employees feel a feeling.
Mr. Nelson said, “Our technology helps responsible companies become gatekeepers that protect the economy while providing a fever-free space for customers to spend their time in.”
“The six-hour temperature checks should serve as a strong reminder that the right to enter economically vulnerable spaces, and ultimately the shaping of our future, is tied to our individual responsibility to do what we can and not infect others.”
Described as a symptom management membership program, the device is designed to allow companies and consumers to reduce the risk of infecting individuals with Covid-19 – it is absolutely non-invasive and easy to use.