Published Sep 30, 2020

Could Dogs Be Used to Protect Cancer Patients From Coronavirus?

Who would’ve ever thought that our furry best friends would swoop in to save the day for travelers at airports? This is what folks in Finland are claiming as they roll out "COVID-sniffing" dogs at the airport.

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