Architects develop a COVID-19 screening booth for no-touch testing

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“Testing for COVID-19 remains one of the biggest challenges in the United States. To meet demand, many cities have established drive-through testing; others, like New York City, have pop-up tents. But no matter how you get tested, you still have to interact with a medical professional, which puts the worker at risk (and you, if you’re not actually sick). The architects at SITU, a New York firm that has worked on everything from urban solar panels to  human rights violations, are developing a solution: outdoor screening centers that let you get a COVID-19 test, without having to come into direct contact with anyone else”

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