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Fox 13 Tampa Bay News Coverage of Safe Entry at Exclusive Super Bowl Parties

Safe Entry was featured on Fox 13 News Tampa Bay on Feb 5th

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What are the coronavirus mask and distancing rules around Tampa’s Super Bowl?

Will I get fined if I don’t wear a mask? Can I have a party? Is anyone actually enforcing the law?

By Jay Cridlin and Zachary T. SampsonPublished Feb. 5

When Super Bowl revelers file into WTR at Tampa’s Godfrey Hotel this weekend for poolside parties featuring Diplo, Steve Aoki and 50 Cent, they’ll have to wear masks.

They’ll enter through a device that uses artificial intelligence to scan for common coronavirus symptoms; if one pops up, they’ll be ushered aside for a rapid antigen test. They’ll have to stay socially distanced and seated, even inside the party’s $50,000 luxury cabanas. And on the way out the door, they’ll be offered a take-home COVID-19 test kit.

“Even though it’s outdoors, it’s still a big, big venue, and there’ll be people, so we want to take every precaution,” said Gino LoPinto, operating partner of E11even nightclub in Miami, which is partnering with Barstool Sports to host the parties. “It’s definitely more proactive, just from a safety standpoint.”

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50 Cent, Diplo, Steve Aoki, Migos, more among performers, attendees slated for WTR at The Godfrey

TAMPA, Fla. – WTR Bar & Grill at The Godfrey, in partnership with E11EVEN Miami, Barstool Sports, Pied Piper Productions, Bounce Sporting Club and Ryan Van Milligen, is scheduled to host four days of parties beginning Thursday and will continue leading up through the big game on Sunday in Tampa…

“While this is the first major national event since COVID-19 essentially shut down the world in 2020, we’re still taking safety and precautions very seriously,” said Mike Piper, founder of Pied Piper Productions. “We’re looking forward to getting back to somewhat of a sense of normalcy and providing an entertainment venue for people to safely party at.”

Precautions include walk-through COVID-19 screening stations and COVID-19 antigen and PCR testing available for guests who require further testing following a positive result through one of the safe entry stations. Wellness 4 Humanity, the ultimate end-to-end COVID-19 testing solution will provide three safe-entry stations to screen guests utilizing AI technology developed by world renowned scientists.

Additionally, social distancing, gloves and face coverings will be worn by team members, masks are required for all guests, sanitizing stations will be spread throughout, and cleaning and sanitization will be performed continuously.

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Safe Entry Stations to be deployed as a crucial, first line of defence at Tampa’s VIP Big Game Weekend Parties

TAMPA, Fla., Feb. 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Allies in safety and healthcare innovation, Wellness for Humanity has partnered with Predictmedix Inc. (CSE: PMED, OTCQB: PMEDF) and Juiceworks Exhibits (JUICEWORKS) to deploy Safe Entry Stations at this weekend’s Big Game festivities in Tampa, Florida.

E11EVEN Miami has teamed up with Dave Portnoy & Barstool Sports alongside Pied Piper Productions to throw two parties in Tampa, Florida, leading up to Sunday’s Big Game. The world’s first and only 24/7 ultraclub, E11EVEN Miami, is known for presenting up close & personal live performances while playing host to some of the biggest celebrities in the world, including Drake, Kendall Jenner, Miley Cyrus, Usher, Nicky Jam, Nicki Minaj, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Sting, among others.

These will be two of five parties taking place at WTR, a beautiful 20,000 square foot outdoor space located on The Godfrey property in Tampa, Florida.

Rigorous safety protocols were designed to protect partygoers, staff and all involved throughout the entirety of this much-anticipated weekend.

Prior to entering the space, attendees will pass through a Safe Entry Station which will screen them for multiple symptoms associated with COVID-19. Developed by infectious disease clinicians and data scientists, Safe Entry Stations are powered by Artificial Intelligence and operate in an autonomous and time-efficient fashion.

These Safe Entry Stations comprise the first step in a safety-first triage process. If the Safe Entry Station does not clear the attendee, they will have an additional level of testing provided by Wellness 4 Humanity through a rapid antigen test that provides results in 15 minutes.

“We are honored to be back in the event space and to have the opportunity to play a part in ensuring the safety of guests for such a widely-celebrated tradition,” says Jonathan Auger, President & Founder of JUICEWORKS.

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Safe Entry Stations offers real competition in the AI-driven remote sensing reality already for entry

“Hey Siri”

“Hey Google”

“Hey Alexa”

Have we missed anybody? Probably…. Yes, technology is watching you, but is that a good or a bad thing?

In the case of Predictmedix Inc. (CSE: PMED) (OTCQB: PMEDF), that’s the point and yes it is a good thing. As some of you know, the company “develops disruptive AI technologies for health and safety in workplaces and healthcare”. Translated – remote sensing and artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to protect our health.

The value of this technology should not be underestimated, necessity is the mother of invention. It’s a coronavirus world now and the virus (like the flu, like a cold etc.) isn’t going away anytime soon. The arrival of the virus and the global pandemic that followed means that there is now a serious focus on detection of early indicators of infected people. Detection will help stem the spread of the coronavirus and others.

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Wellness 4 Humanity Partners set to deploy and offer Safe Entry Stations at Simon Mall’s Houston Galleria

TORONTO, Dec. 02, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Led by a team of social entrepreneurs, Clinicians, and wellness gurus, Wellness 4 Humanity was one of the first on the scene to offer disruptive Covid-19 testing to support communities and organizations throughout the pandemic.

The Wellness 4 Humanity team has a passion for making the world a better place through social impact, business, company culture, and personal development using cutting edge science.  

It’s these same values that make them an ideal partner to deploy Safe Entry Stations, powered by PredictMedix (CSE:PMED, OTCQB:PMEDF) and Juiceworks Exhibits (JUICEWORKS). Designed by infectious disease experts, along with a leading-edge AI team, the Safe Entry Stations use artificial intelligence to analyze seven different symptoms associated with COVID-19 with the virus, providing results in seconds.

As trusted safety partners to Wellness 4 Humanity, JUICEWORKS and PredictMedix will work together to deploy units to their Fortune 500 group of clients globally.

The Houston Galleria mall will be home to the new Wellness 4 Humanity store, a mecca for all-things health and wellness, featuring the latest innovations in technology designed to improve quality of life and overall wellbeing. The Galleria is Texas’ largest and most luxurious shopping destination with more than 400 stores. The store will house a Safe Entry Station performing live screening for symptoms associated with infectious diseases such as COVID-19.

“It’s in times like this that true collaboration counts and can make the most difference. LET’S RE-UNITE.” Says Pavel Stuchik, Co-Founder, Wellness 4 Humanity.

“Wellness for Humanity’s integrated approach to wellness in these challenging times makes them an ideal partner to help lead the safe screening initiative in North America,” says Auger.

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Predictmedix Is Partnering With McGill Researchers for Clinical Research

TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / November 10, 2020 Predictmedix Inc. (CSE:PMED)(OTCQB:PMEDF) (“Predictmedix” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that the company is partnering with the research group led by Dr. Samira Rahimi for clinical research. Professor Rahimi is an Assistant Professor in McGill University’s Department of Family Medicine, associate member of McGill’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, and affiliated scientist at the Lady Davis Institute for Medical Research of Jewish General Hospital.

Predictmedix will be working with Dr. Rahimi’s research group for its three industry verticals which include screening for infectious disease associated symptoms, screening for cannabis/alcohol impairment along with mental health screening technologies which are being developed by the company.

“We are extremely excited with the partnership with Dr. Samira Rahimi’s team. Dr. Rahimi is one of the most recognized AI – healthcare scientists in Canada and we look forward to with her and her research team for our 3 major verticals.”, said Dr. Rahul Kushwah, COO of Predictmedix Inc.

Speaking of the partnership, Dr. Rahimi commented, “My team and I are looking forward to working with Predictmedix team. Predictmedix is one of the young and leading AI companies which aims to improve our healthcare system through innovative and cutting-edge digital health technologies.”

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A COVID-19 Vaccine May Be Only 50% Effective. Is That Good Enough?

As we get closer to a COVID-19 vaccine, it’s exciting to imagine a day when the virus is gone. But a vaccine will not be a magic bullet. In fact, it may be only about 50% effective.

Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief of the National Institute of Health and Infectious Disease, has tried to set realistic expectations when discussing the importance of a vaccine. “We don’t know yet what the efficacy might be. We don’t know if it will be 50% or 60%,” Fauci said during a Brown University event in August.

“I’d like it to be 75% or more,” Fauci said, but he acknowledged that may not be realistic.

The Food and Drug Administration has said that once a vaccine is shown to be safe and at least 50% effective, it could be approved for use in the U.S.

So what does 50% efficacy mean?

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Health innovation: A cure for COVID-19 disruptions

Times are tough. COVID-19 has battered the healthcare ecosystem’s ability to heal, driving massive shortages in clinicians, hospital beds and medical supplies. How can organizations best weather this storm? Some healthcare players have a one-word solution: innovation.

Bets on a better future

A select group of health systems and hospitals are differentiating themselves from their peers, investing in the innovations they need to navigate the long-term uncertainties imposed by COVID-19. These organizations have pinpointed innovation as the best way to address the challenges of “the now, the next and the never normal” in the healthcare ecosystem. They recognize innovation can support care seekers, patients, clinicians, suppliers and the general public now, enable them to deal with the next threats and opportunities, and negotiate the chaotic shifts in cultural norms, values and behaviors posed by never normal long-term developments.

COVID-19 has brutally tested elements of the current healthcare value chain and found them lacking. Forward-thinking health players are using these insights to reimagine healthcare’s future in innovative ways. The following three healthcare organizations exemplify this trend of using near-term innovations to redefine their business and operating models for the era of COVID-19 and beyond.

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AI-Powered Symptom Screening Technology to Help Fight Spread of COVID Virus in Canada

Today’s shopping trip is not the same trip it was just six months ago. It doesn’t matter whether you’re talking about visiting the local grocery store, a shopping centre or your favourite independent bookstore, the general look and feel of the trip has changed. It’s become altered. Or, to borrow a buzzword most often used to describe sudden change within the industry, much about the physical retail experience has been disrupted. Only this time, the disruption has not come as the result of a new channel through which to sell product or the introduction of an alternate method of payment. And its impact, as evidenced by multiple store closures throughout the country, has been profound and could prove to linger longer than we’d all prefer.

The disruption this time around is, of course, that caused by the implications surrounding the COVID-19 global pandemic. The virus will forever be linked to the year 2020 and remembered for a lifetime by those unfortunate enough to have lived through it. It’s forced the shutdown of physical spaces the world over, prohibited the gathering of crowds, and has forced us all to live and interact with one another differently. No matter how you look at our current situation, the change we’ve all been subjected to has been immense. Despite all of this, however, as communities and businesses continue to open and adapt to a new normal, the need in people to enjoy tactile experiences, to satisfy their appetites as social creatures, persists. The only question for retailers going forward is: how safe and comfortable can they make their in-store experience for visitors? Not surprisingly, a good portion of the answer could lie in the promise of artificial intelligence technology.

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