Yahoo Money: 19-Year-Old Solves Tech Gap For Isolated Coronavirus Patients And Their Families

Beautiful mature woman uses smart phone for telemedicine appointment with doctor

A son of two emergency room physicians on the pandemic’s front lines, Kaya Suner also heeded the call to help. In just a few short weeks, his efforts are bringing isolated patients and their families together for the last time.

The 19-year-old teenager created Covid Connectors, an online portal that accepts iPad and iPhone donations for COVID-19 patients in isolation. Equipped with Google Hangouts, Zoom, and Skype, the devices are distributed across Rhode Island hospitals. So far, 650 devices have been donated. 

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