What is a normal body temperature range?
The normal body temperature of someone is 36.4-37.5 degrees Celsius.
What is a “high” temperature?
Any temperature reading over 37.5 degrees Celsius is considered to be a “high” temperature or fever.It is important to remember that some people regularly run higher than average temperatures for reasons that may not be related to an illness.
Types of thermometers?
There are many different types of thermometers on the market which are specifically designed for testing human temperature. ...A thermometer designed for testing humans will usually have a measurement range between 34 to 43 degrees Celsius, and a 0.1 to 0.2 degree accuracy.
There are 3 main types of thermometers for human temperature testing:
1- Sublingual/Axilla - Under the tongue/armpit
2- Tympanic - Ear canal
3- Infra-red forehead- Forehead (non-contact)
At senior we offer infrared and Sublingual types in both analogue and digital form, all designed for the utmost accuracy while still remaining affordable
Who will be eligible for a covid-19 test?
A person is eligible for testing if they have a fever (or history of fever) or acute respiratory symptoms, and, in the last 14 days: ...
1- They were a close contact or a household contact of a confirmed case
2- They had been overseas, including on a cruise ship.
Testing is also possible for people who have a fever (or history of fever) or acute respiratory symptoms,