What screening approaches can be used in non-healthcare settings (e.g., universities, stores and office settings) to identify people who may have COVID-19 and need to take appropriate action?

We previously prepared two rapid evidence profiles focused on temperature taking at borders or in general as a screening tool and on the incremental benefit of using a history of sudden loss of taste (ageusia) and/or smell (anosmia) in symptom screening. This rapid evidence profile broadens the scope to encompass the full range of screening approaches as well as how to screen and support the screening process. We identified 21 evidence documents that provide highly relevant evidence and provide provide a narrative summary of lessons learned from the highly relevant evidence documents as well as from two jurisdictional scans.