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Although it does not completely eliminate the risk of infection, wearing face masks, face shields and/or protective glasses has been a proven method of defending our first responders and healthcare providers on the frontline. As part of their COVID-19 prevention procedures, many schools, early learning childhood centres and businesses frequented by the community are now using digital thermometers to screen students and patrons before entering their buildings. Used together, face protection, gloves and good personal hygiene can slow the spread of coronavirus by creating a barrier against airborne and contact transmission.