COVID Bf.7 variant is spreading and you can use these gadgets to keep yourself safe. Here are all the details.
COVID Bf.7 variant is spreading across the world after a deadly showdown in China, and India also gets to see a few new cases lately. The effect of the virus over the past few years has been scary and ahead of a possible surge in cases, you might be eager to know of ways to keep yourself safe from this virus. Technology, as usual, plays a big role here and there are a couple of gadgets available in the market that can help you play your part in sanitising your surroundings, and keep a tab on your health stats.
Note that these products are easily available on most e-commerce websites as well as nearby local stores. Take a look at these gadgets that can help you stay safe from this virus.
5 gadgets to keep you safe from COVID virus
A Pulse Oximeter is a great way to keep looking for symptoms of COVID. Use this small gadget to keep an eye on your blood oxygen saturation, which drops when you are infected with COVID virus. You can buy it easily for less than Rs. 1500.
UV light sanitiser box
If you are worried about the COVID virus present on your smartphones and other accessories, you can buy a UV Light sanitiser box. The ultraviolet light inside can kill germs and bacteria present on the surface, and some even use Ozone to do the job. Sanitiser boxes are available in the market for as low as Rs. 599, although a good one will cost you Rs. 4000.
UV sanitizer stick
Costing less than Rs. 3000, this gadget lets you bath any of your articles or clothes with ultraviolet lighting. They look like sticks with UV light coming out of one end. Keep in mind not to look at it directly.
This is another nifty gadget to keep an eye on people around you showing symptoms of fever. This allows you to check for high body temperatures without any physical contact. Costs mostly around Rs. 2000.
Automatic Sanitizer Spray
These are quite expensive, starting at Rs. 2500, but are essential to keeping a hands-free approach to sanitising. Have it installed near your house’s main door and ask your guests and family members to quickly sanitise their hands before they enter.