Dahlings: In a link to the Ebola outbreak, NPR article “Some Airports Have A New Security Routine: Taking Your Temperature” reviews different methods of screening people running temperatures. Those who have flown through Asia are familiar with such remote checks for Bird or Swine Flu.
The NPR postscript should leave you very scared.
There is one way of checking temperature that is far more reliable than the rest.
“The most accurate temperature is achieved with a rectal thermometer,” says Pompeii. “But I don’t think airlines can do that.”
..but the TSA can.
Quick think of a happy place.
Ciao for now, Cleo.