The NBA season is one month away from resuming, and concerns over COVID-19 persist. The league is preparing to enter the *bubble* in Florida, where cases continue to surge at record levels. This past Friday, the NBA announced that 16 of 302 players tested positive for the virus, including Denver Nuggets All-Star Center Nikola Jokic. But Finnish company Oura is looking to alleviate those concerns with its smart ring, which could help determine if a player is coming down with coronavirus. Harpreet Singh Rai, CEO of Oura, explains how the ring work and how his company discovered that it could detect coronavirus symptoms before they appear.

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