The U.S. NBA field uses dogs to check for COVID-19

On the 28th, sniffer dogs will be introduced to detect whether the audience is infected with the novel coronavirus.

Fans will be sniffing dog sniffing in the screening area upon arrival at the gym.

If a fan is identified with the virus, the sniffing dog will sit in front of the fan, and the fan will not enter.

Viewers who are afraid of dogs or allergic to dogs will be tested for rapid antigens, and the results will be available within 45 minutes.

Reuters previously reported, citing research data, trained dogs can identify people infected with COVID-19 with more than 85% accuracy, or even close to 100%.