Could the super-sensitive noses of our four-legged friends be the answer to curbing the spread of the coronavirus? Germany has launched a program to train sniffer dogs to identify infections even before symptoms appear.
Researchers in Germany have found that army sniffer dogs can discern between samples from coronavirus-infected and healthy patients. So high is the level of accuracy, they hope this can be used in real-life scenarios.
Operators of a large slaughterhouse near Copenhagen have closed the facility after almost 150 employees tested positive for coronavirus. Catch up with the latest on the pandemic.
A recent survey finds most Germans agree with mandatory COVID-19 tests for travelers coming into the country from high-risk areas. They also want stricter penalties for those who do not wear masks where required.
Subsidies and digitalization: The coronavirus crisis has shown that some changes can be implemented faster than once thought — politically, economically and socially.
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