‘Inaccurate but good for now’

PETALING JAYA: Non-contact infrared thermometers, also known as a “thermometer gun”, have become a familiar device when one enters any premises under the new norm since the Covid-19 outbreak.

But health experts warned that these thermometers could give off inaccurate temperature readings.

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