The global pandemic of COVID-19 has called for strict measures to contain its spread, of which include staying indoors and following social distancing at public places. Almost all the leading public health and welfare services have agreed that maintaining social distance in public places may help limit the spread of infection to a considerable extent. .A group of scientists in Europe have created a smart wristband prototype that could assess the distance between two people via Bluetooth and can signal the user about the violation of social distancing. The wristband is also equipped to measure body temperature and provide notifications if the temperature exceeds the normal. The wristband reads the motion of the body and measures distance between the two smart wristband users. It alerts the users when they come in close contact, about their proximity and indicates the need for distancing. The developers are currently working on a system that could be added to smartphones and watches to measure social distancing among people.