Maria Goodavage

journalist and author of “Doctor Dogs: How Our Best Friends Are Becoming Our Best Medicine”

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Scientists are turning to anything they can to help stop the spread of coronavirus.

Scientists are training dogs to sniff out COVID-19 at airports and other public places

Scientists are turning to anything they can to help stop the spread of coronavirus.

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