Sniffer Dogs May Detect SARS-CoV-2 in Humans, Study Suggests

Researchers at the National Veterinary School in Alfort, France, recently made available an un-refereed pre-print of a proof-of-concept study that suggests that the axillary perspiration (i.e., underarm sweat) of humans infected with SARS-CoV-2 emits an odor that detection dogs can be trained to detect.  The work has not yet been peer-reviewed, but it offers some interesting results.

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