As the country tries to open up during this pandemic, a variety of methods are being employed to keep people safe.

Dogs are slated to be used at Miami Heat games to screen people for COVID, similar to how dogs have been used to smell out explosives or drugs. How effective is this method and is it something that more companies should look into?

Joining me to today discuss the use of dogs to screen for COVID-19 is Dr. Brittany Busse. Dr. Busse is the Associate Medical Director at WorkCare and a Mental Health Expert.



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