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Italy trains sniffer dogs to detect people infected with coronavirus


Italy is training up a team of sniffer dogs able to single out people infected with Covid-19. The aim is for the dogs to patrol border crossings, sports stadiums, shopping malls and concert halls, helping to prevent further coronavirus outbreaks.

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