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thanks for that follow up!
Can the dogs catch the virus?
The dog’s response to a mutant form of Covid could be a quick way to assess the degree of biochemical difference between the original Covid and the mutant. The more time it takes for the dog to be trained on the mutant form the more different the mutant form is, presumably.— what do you think?
Fascinating idea Netzin! Thanks for contributing!
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thanks! great info and very interesting!
Can the group think of a specific use for COVID dogs here in Tucson or Arizona?
Bring them to the UA campus to test students and faculty
at airport, at entrances to stores
thank you for this fascinating presentation.
Do you plan to put a link to the recording on your website? I have a friend who may be very interested.
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Yep, I have to take a spit test every week!
Yes, we will put the recoding out there
So happy to learn about this!
may be more difficult in US in stores, akin to the difficulty in getting people to wear. masks...large event security may have more success
thanks for the update on the training!
This was great! Thank you!
Fabulous! Thank you!!
very useful! thank you!
Thank you- excellent program!
what are they doing with chickens?
may be great in nursing homes, prisons...high density living
what do they actually do with them
churches would be ideal too
Great ideas— thanks everyone and Genie!
developing a training kit with inert samples