Fever Free Zone



Contactless temperature assessment at entry point.

Join our Fever Free Zone bubble of responsible businesses and offer your staff and customers an extra layer of protection.

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For Businesses

  • A membership-based scheme which provides an extra layer of protection for your business.
  • Use our Fever Free App to record temperatures of customers and staff and issue Fever Free Passes valid for six hours.
  • Participate in our accreditation programme to train your staff on the importance of COVID-19 mitigation strategies and our standardised temperature assessment process.
  • Encourage customers back to your business by demonstrating that you are going the extra mile to keep them safe.
  • Join other responsible businesses in the fight to keep our high streets open.
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For the Community

  • Sign up for our free app enabling easy access to participating businesses.
  • Have your temperature assessed upon entry and if your temperature is within the normal range, you will be issued with a Fever Free pass valid for six hours.
  • Show this pass to other member businesses to gain quick access to their premises.
  • Once the pass expires, it can be renewed for another six hours with a further temperature assessment.
  • Look for our logo at participating businesses and be reassured that they are going the extra mile to keep you safe.
  • Play a key role in keeping the high street Fever Free.
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Why is temperature assessment important?

Temperature Assessment

High temperature remains one of the most consistent symptoms of COVID-19 infection.  In a recent study (Wang et al) 98.6% of patients admitted to hospital exhibited elevated temperature.

Economic Impact

Economies are suffering due to a combination of customers' fear of exposing themselves to infection together with various government initiatives introduced to control the spread.

The R Number

As long as the rate of infection (the R number) remains high, it is likely that we will continue to experience yo-yo lockdowns and restrictions risking long-term damage to our economy.

What can we do?

Countries which have been successful at controlling the pandemic e.g Hong Kong, Taiwan and South Korea, have adopted temperature assessment as one of the key protective measures in economically vulnerable spaces.

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Membership options

Small Business

£29.99 per month

  • suitable for small businesses with less than five employees
  • includes our Fever Free Zone App, bluetooth thermometer, access to online training and assessment portal and branded point of sale materials.
  • 30 day free trial period.  
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Standard Package

£39.99 per month

  • suitable for businesses with more than five employees.
  • includes our Fever Free Zone App, bluetooth thermometer, access to online training and assessment portal and branded point of sale materials.
  • 30 day free trial period.  
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Multi-branch (small business)

£99.99 per month

  • cost-effective option for small businesses with up to five branches.
  • includes access to Fever Free App, Bluetooth thermometer,  online training and assessment and branded PoS materials.
  • Separate zones for each branch
  • 30 day free trial period.
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Closed community/facility

  • Larger businesses with many employees
  • Residential facilities (e.g. Care homes/ hospitals)
  • Mass Gatherings
  • Professional Sports Events
  • Amateur Sports Events
  • Entertainment Events
  • Campuses (College/University)
  • Other

    Contact us for bespoke solutions  
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Jere - Hospitality

"We all need to take responsibility to keep ourselves AND our economic livelihood as safe as possible.  Fever Free Zone is another layer in that fight." 

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