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Coronavirus: Sniffer dogs trial going 'very well'
by Charlie Jones, BBC News
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3 July 2020
On 3 July 2020 BBC News reported:
A trial to see whether dogs can detect coronavirus is going 'very well', according to the charity behind it. Claire Guest, the charity's co-founder and chief executive, said the dogs were already showing signs that they would be able to sniff out the virus. ... It is hoped the scheme will be expanded and dogs will be able to screen up to 250 people per hour, potentially at airports. They could also be used at testing centres.
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