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Chile trains police dogs to detect COVID-19 patients


Santiago de Chile, Jul 15 (EFE) .- Chile trains dogs to detect the smell of COVID-19 patients from healthy people amidst the pandemic. (CAMERA: Jose Caviedes)

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