Alexandria company helps fight deadly Ebola virus
Carrying a deadly virus?
Infrared camera could help others know who’s ill
A company with an Alexandria connection is part of a global effort to limit the spread of deadly viruses like Ebola.
Gary Strahan of Alexandria is CEO of Infrared Cameras Inc., which developed a thermal imaging system used in places such as airports to spot someone with a fever — a potentially infected person — before that person is allowed to spread an infection globally.
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