The conference goes virtual for the first time in its history

CES showcased health-related products at its conference this year that could help consumers during the pandemic.

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After almost a full year since the start of the global health pandemic, it’s fitting that tools for monitoring health are piquing consumers’ interests more than usual.

The annual CES conference is being held virtually for the first time in its history. Despite the virtual setting, the usual products and innovations expected have been front and center, many of which have been influenced by Covid-19.

We’ve gathered four of the most interesting health products to premiere at CES this year, including a vital-monitoring system that won CES’ Best of Innovation award and a self-disinfecting door handle.

Could these products be the solution to getting us back to “normal”? Only time will tell. Watch the video below to learn more.