Teenage entrepreneur launches wearable tech to tackle Covid-19 transmissions from face touching

Vybro demonstration footage credit: VybPro A 15-year-old entrepreneur from Bristol has developed a new wearable technology aimed at tackling one of the key transmission pathways of Covid-19 – face touching. The device, called a VybPro, is an intelligent wristband which vibrates to alert wearers every time they are about to subconsciously touch their face, and was designed by Max Melia.

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