15-year-old Max Melia designed and developed a wearable wristband to help prevent the Coronavirus, which alerts users whenever they are about to touch their face.
The entrepreneurial teen first came up with the brilliant idea two years ago as a means of reducing the spread of the cold and flu.
After both of Max’s parents contracted COVID-19 four months ago, he threw all his efforts into developing a working prototype.
The tech-savvy English teen has since produced the VybPro, which warns users whenever they are about to subconsciously touch their face.
The gesture has been recognized as one of the key ways that coronavirus can be transmitted, making it a potentially live-saving invention.
SOURCE: GOOD NEWS NETWORK