Anyone visiting Schaumburg village facilities will need to undergo a temperature check before entering beginning Monday, officials announced.
According to the village, "wall-mounted, no-contact temperature stations " have been installed at all facility entrances.
"The units will display an individual’s temperature on the display screen, and an alert will sound if the temperature is above the high temperature set point, which is 100.4 degrees," a notice from the village reads. "If the alarm sounds, individuals are to exit the building immediately and can contact the village via phone, email, or the website to conduct their business."
According to officials, it's the latest safety precaution being taken at facilities, which already have plexiglass installed, enhanced air filtration systems, social distancing signage and mask requirements.