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Camilla visits Medical Detection Dogs in Milton Keynes

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Camilla visits Medical Detection Dogs in Milton Keynes

Camilla visits Medical Detection Dogs in Milton Keynes

The Duchess of Cornwall has visited the Medical Detection Dogs’ training centre in Milton Keynes, where trials are currently underway to determine whether dogs can act as a diagnostic tool of Covid-19.

Her Royal Highness met staff and supporters of the charity in her role as patron.

Report by Jonesia.

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