NBA Players Wear Smart Rings to Track COVID-19
With the NBA's much-anticipated return to planning on July 31, the league has also taken steps to ensure the safety of its players by equipping each player with a ring that can predict the "new coronavirus" in addition to a medical center and quality facilities for players. NBA officials claim that this "smart ring" can predict the symptoms of the new coronavirus three days in advance. The manufacturer, Oura, claims it has a 90 percent accuracy rate by current judgment standards. The smart ring, which costs $299, can track a user's health data and even predict whether a user will experience symptoms of a coronavirus infection, according to company Oura.