Ebola-proof tablet made by Google rolled out in Sierra Leone disease centre

March 20, 2015 8:30 PM

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An Ebola-proof tablet that can survive becoming doused in chlorine and can be made use of when wearing gloves has been developed by Google and technologies volunteers for use by health workers in Sierra Leone.

The Android device, primarily based in a waterproof Sony Xperia with an further protective casing, permits medics to safely record and share patient temperatures and symptoms more than days and weeks.

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