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    CHICAGO (CBS) — A Chicago doctor is leading the push to get temperature scanners in public places, and one of his first clients is the City of Chicago. As CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov reported, thermal imagers are already in place at City Hall. Kozlov herself has had her temperature scanned heading into Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s briefings in the last month. But the doctor and businessman behind the contract said it is not just about public health. It is...
    The town of Río Grande has taken the brunt of the polar cold wave, registering a thermal sensation of -20 ° this Wednesday. A polar cold wave which is still active this Wednesday has ice cream during the last days part of the Argentine Patagonia with minimum temperatures of -16 ° in towns such as Río Grande (Tierra del Fuego, south), and thermal sensations of -20 °, according to the National Meteorological Service (SMN). He austral winter, which was...
    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (CBS) — Another milestone on the road to recovery in New Jersey — casino gaming is coming back. Atlantic City gambling halls will be allowed to reopen on Thursday. Some are preparing to do it without indoor dining, alcohol and smoking. “We are so excited, we can’t wait. We’ve been waiting a long time for this,” Ocean Resort Casino CEO Terry Glebocki said. The wait is almost over for Ocean Resort Casino in Atlantic City. On Thursday,...
    The secretary general of SOMA-FITAG-UGT, José Luis Alperi, sued Iberdrola to present the alternative plan for the closure of the Lada thermal power plant, which “has to be developed in the municipality.” “You have the land and the professional qualifications of the workers, all the conditions are in place for a green project to be developed,” he stressed. The electricity company assured days ago that it “works on alternatives for the region” associated with investments in renewables as a...
    Breaking News — Madrid, Jun 28 . .- Arianespace canceled the launch of the Vega rocket that was scheduled to take off today at 10:51 pm local time (01:51 GMT, June 28) from the space port of French Guiana with 53 microsatellites on board, including the Spanish UPMSat-2, due to bad weather conditions, reported the Space Agency. The launch, which had to be delayed twice this month due to unfavorable wind conditions, and which had already been postponed previously...
    LOS ANGELES -- With coronavirus cases on the rise in parts of the country, theres renewed concerns over domestic travel.This time of year would normally mean busy roads and airports for the summer travel season -- but not this year.The coronavirus pandemic has prompted summer travel season, which is usually at its peak around July 4, to considerably decrease.AAA reports car travel is expected to decline by 3.6%, air by 71.7% and travel by train, cruise or bus is forecasted...
    LOS ANGELES -- With coronavirus cases on the rise in parts of the country, theres renewed concerns over domestic travel.This time of year would normally mean busy roads and airports for the summer travel season -- but not this year.The coronavirus pandemic has prompted summer travel season, which is usually at its peak around July 4, to considerably decrease.AAA reports car travel is expected to decline by 3.6%, air by 71.7% and travel by train, cruise or bus is forecasted...
    LOS ANGELES -- With coronavirus cases on the rise in parts of the country, theres renewed concerns over domestic travel.This time of year would normally mean busy roads and airports for the summer travel season -- but not this year.The coronavirus pandemic has prompted summer travel season, which is usually at its peak around July 4, to considerably decrease.AAA reports car travel is expected to decline by 3.6%, air by 71.7% and travel by train, cruise or bus is forecasted...
    Los Angeles International Airport will now feature two thermal camera zones to screen travelers for COVID-19 symptoms. The thermal cameras are currently operating in the Tom Bradley International Terminal, with one in the terminals main entrance for departing travelers and another in the arrivals area. The cameras will scan passengers and flag those with temperatures of 100.4°Fahrenheit or higher, the current Center for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for a fever, one of the main symptoms of COVID-19 infection. ...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSMiami) – One U.S. airport is starting a pilot program that uses thermal cameras to spot passengers with a fever. The hope is to identify travelers with the coronavirus. Los Angeles International Airport is testing how well three different systems identify passengers with a temperature of 100.4 or higher as they pass by. Flyers flagged for fever will be tested again by a medical professional on the spot. But Harvard researchers warn temperature screenings could miss two-thirds of...
    Enjoy it awesome, LAX vacationers: You are on thermal camera. Commencing on June 23, Los Angeles Intercontinental Airport will be employing thermal camera technology at two essential factors within just the Tom Bradley Intercontinental Terminal to assist establish passengers exhibiting above-regular entire body temperatures. The transfer, announced Monday, is part of a new Terminal Wellness Venture released by L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti and Los Angeles Entire world Airports (LAWA) to overcome the distribute of coronavirus. “A entire world-class airport...
    Play it cool, LAX travelers: You’re on thermal camera. Beginning on June 23, Los Angeles International Airport will be utilizing thermal camera technology at two key points within the Tom Bradley International Terminal to help identify passengers exhibiting above-normal body temperatures. The move, announced Monday, is part of a new Terminal Wellness Project launched by L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti and Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) to combat the spread of coronavirus. “A world-class airport isn’t defined just by our...
    Play it cool, LAX travelers: You’re on thermal camera. Beginning on June 23, Los Angeles International Airport will be utilizing thermal camera technology at two key points within the Tom Bradley International Terminal to help identify passengers exhibiting above-normal body temperatures. The move, announced Monday, is part of a new Terminal Wellness Project launched by L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti and Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) to combat the spread of coronavirus. “A world-class airport isn’t defined just by our historic...
    LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles International Airport is introducing new measures aiming at slowing the spread of coronavirus during the summer travel season.The airport is introducing new thermal imaging cameras that can check temperatures from a distance as people walk into the building. The cameras let airport staff check temperatures of passengers without having to stop each person individually.If you had to stop and check each one individually it would be a very long process, said Justin Erbacci, an official...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Thermal imaging cameras which can detect fevers in arriving and departing passengers will go live at Los Angeles International Airport Tuesday morning. (L.A. World Airports) The cameras, which will be located in the Tom Bradley International Terminal, are designed to identify people with body temperatures of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher. They will be located at two locations: at the main entrance to the departure level of Tom Bradley and inside the terminal, near “select international...
    Play it cool, LAX travelers: You’re on thermal camera. Beginning on June 23, Los Angeles International Airport will be utilizing thermal camera technology at two key points within the Tom Bradley International Terminal to help identify passengers exhibiting above-normal body temperatures. The move, announced Monday, is part of a new Terminal Wellness Project launched by L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti and Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) to combat the spread of coronavirus. LAS VEGAS OFFICIAL URGES NAME CHANGE FOR MCCARRAN AIRPORT...
    Breaking News — Madrid, June 23 . .- The State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) foresees for today, Tuesday, a rise in temperatures in the northern third of the Peninsula, notably in the eastern Cantabrian interior, as well as intense wind in the Strait, the Alboran Sea and in the Canary Islands. The sky will be little cloudy or clear during the first half of the day in the Peninsula and in the Balearic Islands, except for some banks of low...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Los Angeles International Airport is introducing new measures aiming at slowing the spread of coronavirus during the summer travel season.The airport is introducing new thermal imaging cameras that can check temperatures from a distance as people walk into the building. The cameras let airport staff check temperatures of passengers without having to stop each person individually.If you had to stop and check each one individually it would be a very long process, said Justin Erbacci, an...
    Hoping to make flying safer, Los Angeles International Airport on Tuesday will begin testing thermal cameras to identify passengers with high body temperatures as a way of slowing the spread of the coronavirus. The three cameras will scan streams of passengers arriving at and departing from the Tom Bradley International Terminal in hopes of spotting passengers with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher — a common symptom in the COVID-19 pandemic that has pushed air travel demand down to...
    A police car is parked outside Tom Bradley Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) during the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, which causes COVID-19, April 16, 2020, in Los Angeles.Valerie Macon | AFP | via Getty Images Los Angeles International Airport will start piloting thermal scanning of passengers on Tuesday, a trial that aims to identify passengers with fevers, a symptom of Covid-19, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said Monday. The trial is voluntary and will last at least...
    BRIDGEWATER (CBS) – Police and firefighters used a thermal imaging drone to help locate and rescue two people from a canoe that was taking on water in Bridgewater. Around 8:30 p.m., a concerned father called to report that his son and a friend, both 22 years old, were on Town River when their canoe was damaged. Police and fire rescue units went to a Lake Nippennicket boat ramp to deploy an air boat. Though rescuers were able to make verbal...