CAVU Group Supporting Community During Coronavirus Outbreak

    Posted by Carissa Smith on March 20,2020


    To assist the local community in the fight against coronavirus (COVID-19), CAVU Group (ATI and Microtek Labs) has donated approximately 5,000 forehead thermometers to a number of area service organizations including: foodbanks, emergency services, Councils on Aging, and Catholic Social Services. In a recent update, Ohio Governor, Mike DeWine, called for aggressive state-wide measures to help combat the spread of the coronavirus.  Among steps mandated by the governor is the call for all businesses to proactively monitor employee temperatures. Because fever is an early indicator, temperature monitoring continues to be a key to detection, containment, and treatment.

    In addition to extending school, event, and business closures, the governor also reiterated the importance of following good health guidelines. These include avoiding direct contact with others, sterilizing work and home environments, practicing good hygiene, and taking other precautions to safeguard oneself, and others, against exposure to the virus. 

    Today, more than ever, it is important for thermometers to be quick, accurate, and convenient for patients of all ages and physical limitations. CAVU’s thermal monitoring technology has resulted in disposable forehead thermometers developed to be just that.


    CAVU Brands CEO, Randall Lane comments:

    “Organizations must be increasingly responsive to the needs within their community. Today, the coronavirus has emerged as a very real and direct threat to the physical, emotional, and economic health of both our country and extended community. CAVU Group is proud to play a small role in supporting many southwestern Ohio caretakers, medical responders, and service organizations in the fight against coronavirus.  We are pleased to provide the technology, supplies, and support to help minimize the coronavirus outbreak throughout our region.”

    Topics: Temperature Monitoring, Company Culture, Coronavirus, Covid19

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