Video: Dogs are being trained to sniff out COVID-19 at large public events

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Credit: Medical Detection Dogs UK
Credit: Medical Detection Dogs UK

University of Pennsylvania researchers are training dogs to sniff out coronavirus, a skill that could be useful in controlling spread at large gatherings, such as sporting events and concerts; and other places with lots of people, like schools and airports. 

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