Miami International Airport (MIA) used Covid-19 detector dogs, specially trained by the Global Forensic and Justice Center (GFJC) at Florida International University (FIU).

Although detector dogs have long been used by federal and local MIA agencies to detect banned currency, drugs, explosives and agriculture, studies have also found that detector dogs can reliably detect people with the disease. diseases such as diabetes, epilepsy and some cancers. These studies have shown that detector dogs are one of the most reliable tools available for identifying substances based on the odors they emit. Therefore, detector dogs have the potential for immediate detection and response to Covid-19 in public spaces such as airports.

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