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Dogs help detect coronavirus infections in Thailand


Bangkok, Jun 17 (EFE / EPA) .- (Camera: Rungroj Yongrit) A mobile unit made up of six dogs has helped inspect some 2,000 samples to detect Covid-19 cases through smell in Thailand after being trained for months to help fight the pandemic.FOOTAGE OF THE DOG UNIT IN BANGKOK.

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