Providence Journal: R.I. Tech High School Builds Virus-Symptom Screening App

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Joe Mazzone, a computer and software engineering instructor at the William M. Davies Jr. Career & Technical High School, is using what he teaches in class to help his school respond to the coronavirus pandemic.

Mazzone, with the help of students, has developed a mobile app to screen students, teachers and staff for symptoms of COVID-19 each day before they enter the building. The app also compiles data in a way that’s easy and efficient for school administrators to access.

View full article in Providence Journal.


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