Harvard Researchers and MIT are Developing Face Mask That Light-Up When Wearer Has Covid-19

A team of Harvard and MIT researchers is developing face masks that light up when it detects Covid-19, Unlike the usual face mask, it’s equipped with a sensor that produces a fluorescent signal when an infected person coughs, breathes, or sneezes- a small saliva sample.
This technology was Initial developed and reported the Ebola- and Zika-detecting face mask tool in 2016 — published in the journal Cell, now its adapted for COVID-19.

We hope this will come soon to help us to handle this pandemic situation.

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