NBA player’s will wear ‘smart ring’ to help detect COVID-19
The Qura smart ring is capable of predicting COVID-19 symptoms up to 3 days in advance with 90% accuracy. The ring can measure body temperature, respiratory functions and heart rate.
Inside the Orlando bubble, NBA players will have the option of wearing a ring that could help with early detection of coronavirus; track temperature, respiratory and heart rate.
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) June 16, 2020
NBA plans on having all the players and essential staff members wear the ring which they hope will reduce the chances of the virus spreading.
All the data will be studied and assessed by the university of Michigan, and players will have access to all of the data collected on them.
The titanium rings is available on the company’s website, and they cost around $300 USD/ £240 GBP.