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BILL BORTZFIELD / WJCT NEWS

Updated: This story was updatd on Monday, April 20, with the new dedicated phone number to request a thermometer.

The city of St. Augustine plans to start its smart thermometer distribution project on Tuesday, April 21, by first targeting people who work with the public and families with multiple children. Residents are asked to call the city to see whether they qualify for a free thermometer.

 A woman takes a child's temperature with a Kinsa smart thermometer.
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The city of St. Augustine plans to give out 600 smart thermometers from Kinsa, a company that’s trying to stop the spread of contagious illnesses like COVID-19.