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London NHS staff join trial to see if 'super sniffer' dogs can detect coronavirus

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London NHS staff join trial to see if 'super sniffer' dogs can detect coronavirusLondon NHS workers have been recruited to a trial that aims to determine whether dogs can sniff out Covid-19. A team of 25 volunteers from University College Hospital (UCLH) in Euston are allowing trained “bio-detection dogs” to smell their socks and T-shirts to see if they can detect whether a person has the virus....
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