Helping Stop The Spread
Major news recently has been all about vaccines, but this new development could be even more exciting in the fight against COVID-19.
A recent breakthrough could soon help stop the spread and help open the world again quickly and safely.
While vaccines will surely help protect people from the virus, we're still missing an essential piece of the picture.
That's where Relay Medical Corp and their partner, Fio Corp, come in. Together they’ve launched the Fionet Pandemic Testing Platform which is now screening passengers for COVID-19 at Canada’s largest international airport.
Relay, a technology company helping to develop the next generation of HealthTech, holds 4 innovative breakthroughs in their portfolio.
And as a key part of that portfolio, they’re excited to bring the new Fionet technology to market in the fight to stop COVID-19.
But a recent announcement could help make that happen even faster with a ringing endorsement from a major partner
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It could help them deploy their revolutionary technology to millions - or even tens of millions - of people over the next year.
As we work to stop COVID-19 and open the world again, rapid testing is an essential piece.
That’s because even with vaccines finally becoming available to the public, new variants of the virus have continued to pop up around the world, which requires the need for continuous testing.
Once we’re able to determine whether someone is infected with the virus in real time,it will make the public confident enough to finally start traveling, eating out, going to events, and living life as normal again.
Until now, most testing has either been flawed or it's been slow, causing people to wait on test results for days or weeks.
But Fionet has the answer. It's a platform delivering everything you need to get fast, accurate results within minutes.
This is perfect for major venues like airports, sports arenas, and event centers...
And it could even be used in schools and businesses to bring everyone safely into the classrooms and offices again.
But while many have grown used to believing that hope will still be months and months away in the age of COVID, Fionet is already here, and it's been used with incredible success for other infectious disease around the world, including Ebola, malaria and HIV.
That's why their recent announcement in bringing this to the fight against COVID-19 is so exciting.
They just announced that they are rolling out Fionet to be used at the Toronto Pearson Airport, the largest airport in Canada.
Over 50 million people passed through the airport in 2019. And now, Fionet will be able to support rapid testing to ensure both safety of their employees and their passengers.
With this agreement in place, this breakthrough technology could be used for testing millions of people in just the next year alone.
That’s because Toronto Pearson is the largest of only four international airports in the country.
And with new regulations stating that all air passengers coming into Canada need confirmation of negative test results, this will provide testing for countless passengers as they finally start traveling to enjoy vacations or see family again.
Plus, with the CDC now recommending all passengers coming into the United States be required to do the same, it will also provide testing for those flying out of Toronto Pearson to the U.S.
All told, that means Fionet could be used to test millions of passengers over the next year alone.
And it will give rapid results on-site, giving the confidence for people to start getting back to normal again.
The Fionet platform provides everything needed to provide fast, accurate test results, including:
- Fast and easy scheduling
- Test results returned in as little as 15 minutes
- Data sent securely to the cloud to integrate with healthcare systems
- Alerting healthcare workers, in order to begin isolation protocols or deploy resources if positive cases are found
Fio Corp has already partnered with some of the leading health organizations in the world in using Fionet for other infectious diseases.
They've partnered with the World Health Organisation (WHO), the CDC, the Department of Defense (DoD), DARPA, the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Organization…
And they've used Fionet to test and monitor the spread for such deadly diseases as malaria, HIV, Ebola, and dengue fever.
This could be a game-changer for allowing people to get back to daily life again.
But this isn’t the only exciting HealthTech breakthrough Relay has their hand in.