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KINSA: Fevers Rising In Florida, But That May Be Good News

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Senior Citizens Showing Dramatic Increase In Reported Fevers. Coincides With Shot Administration.


BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Kinsa, the company behind the “connected thermometer” that has accurately predicted almost every major datapoint in the COVID-19 crisis, now says that fevers are rising in Florida.

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But the spike in fevers may be a good sign, as many seem to be connected to the elderly. The suggestion, according to Kinsa: as senior citizens are vaccinated, many will develop fevers as a side effect. The Kinsa thermometer is recording those fevers as proof-positive that the vaccine is being administered and potentially taking hold.

Courtesy Kinsa on February 10, 2021.

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Kinsa’s network of connected thermometers collects 100,000 temperature readings a day. There are more than 2,000,000 Kinsa thermometers in use nationwide. “Kinsa applied machine learning and artificial intelligence to to identify outbreak and other data often weeks ahead of other existing systems,” according to the company.

Kinsa was credited with accurately predicting the early spread of COVID-19.

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