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Alex Rowell Mar 25
Replying to @kinsa
Does this take into account behavioral effects of more healthy people taking their temperature once social distancing has been implemented?
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Kinsa Apr 1
Replying to @AlexRowell
Yes, our models take this into account.
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DogsHateBoots Mar 24
Replying to @kinsa
Such a smart way to track fever data across a nation. Love you guys and thank you for helping sound the alarm
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Cat Mar 24
Replying to @kinsa
Really wish more places stocked your thermometers. Every place I checked was out of stock. And some places ONLY allow buying 'in' a store... they don't offer shipping on your thermometers. Really disappointing.
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Richard Johnson Mar 24
Replying to @kinsa
I can't wait to receive my pre-ordered thermometer and join the data! I know, you're really backordered. I understand. Keep up the great work! Hope you make lots of money. You deserve it!
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Mark Post Mar 25
Replying to @kinsa @realDonaldTrump
this is what Americans should be doing. Monitoring our temperatures and let the science monitor hot spots across the US. Shows restrictions working.
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A Rivera Mar 24
watch and learn about social distancing. The data shows that it is working.
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Ben Fathi Mar 25
Replying to @kinsa
Great to know. Thanks. But I wish you could just show me the chart instead of a stupid animation that insists on erasing the data less than a second after it is shown!
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Dan Tehranian Mar 25
Replying to @BenBfathi @kinsa
If not for the animation, how would one know how things are changing over time??
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kerryR Mar 25
Replying to @kinsa
It looks like school closings made the most difference. Any way to compare to school closings in other areas? Could children be little typhoid marys?
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