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Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester are working toward stopping the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19 by asymptomatic people, and they need the help of front-line educators for an ongoing study.

The goal of the study, Mayo Clinic’s Generation of Algorithms That Enable Early Detection of Symptomatic SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 Infection in High Risk Employees, is to determine whether there are subtle, early indicators of health changes that indicate a COVID-19 infection, or can predict the severity of symptoms after infection. 

The researchers are seeking educators who will permit remote monitoring of their vital signs. The data gathered in the study may help scientists develop protocols that will help protect those at high-risk of exposure to the virus. 

To learn more, visit the website, www.mayo.edu/research/remote-monitoring-covid19-symptoms/high-risk-workers or call 507-538-4849. 

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