It took about a week to train eight scent detection dogs to differentiate saliva and mucus samples from people with and without COVID-19, say scientists at Germany's University of Veterinary Medicine Hanover. The dogs achieved about a 94% success rate when both types of samples were used in the pilot study.
Dogs trained to sniff coronavirus hit 94% success rate
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