Researchers train dogs to find people with coronavirus

1 year ago (on Sep 15, 2020)

In the United Kingdom, researchers are training dogs to smell and find people with coronavirus.

Dogs have really good noses. They can smell things from far away. Researchers hope they can train the dogs to work at airports, train stations and stadiums. Each dog can smell 250 people per hour.

Right now, people are training six dogs. They hope the dogs can start working in the next six months.

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