Bill Whittle took notice of an interesting feature of Kinsa’s smart thermometer. The company’s high tech instrument not only takes a person’s temperature, it also reports results back to the firm, where they shares the aggregate information back with the public. This provides a longitudinal reading of how the nation has faired with the CCP flu outbreak. Here
Looking at the latest “US health weather maps,” Whittle observed what might prove to be a game changing shift in the number of individuals catching the Wu flu after the lock down. Basically, there are a lot fewer fevers out there, even fewer than average. This suggest that not only has the shut down reduced the spread of Kong flu, but may also be curtailing this year’s influenza strain.
Bill Whittle explains Here