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  • Yeah, there are many things dogs can do, but detecting coronavirus is not one of them.

  • Or is it?

  • That's one of the stories we have lined up for you today on CNN.

  • 10.

  • Odd Carla Zeus.

  • We're starting with US President Donald Trump's pick for the next associate justice of the Supreme Court.

  • The nominee, whom the president announced Saturday is Amy Coney Barrett.

  • She currently serves on the seventh U.

  • S.

  • Circuit Court of Appeals.

  • She's also a law professor at the University of Notre Dame.

  • She is a woman of unparalleled achievement, towering intellect, sterling credentials and unyielding loyalty to the Constitution.

  • If confirmed to the high court, the 48 year old mother of seven would replace Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who passed away on September 18th from complications of pancreatic cancer.

  • If the Senate does me the honor of confirming me, I pledge to discharge the responsibilities of this job to the very best of my ability.

  • I love the United States and I love the United States Constitution.

  • The Constitution says.

  • The president needs the advice and consent of the Senate for his Supreme Court nominations to be confirmed, and politicians are divided over the nomination As we told you last week.

  • Democrats and Republicans each want their own party to confirm Supreme Court justices.

  • Democrats tend to nominate more liberal members of the court.

  • Republicans tend to nominate more conservative members.

  • And because Republicans currently control the Senate, members of their party are hoping they'll move quickly on judge barrettes.

  • Confirmation hearings.

  • We're obviously very focused and unified behind the president.

  • Nominating We're gonna be following what's happening in the Senate closely.

  • They ought to move to confirm quickly.

  • We think that the American people have spoken in terms of this election cycle.

  • The president has a constitutional obligation responsibility to name a justice.

  • Democrats want to wait until after the upcoming presidential election.

  • Toe hold confirmation hearings.

  • They're hoping they'll win MAWR power in that election.

  • That could give them a better chance of nominating their own Supreme Court justice.

  • Yes, process is a sham, illegitimate.

  • Barely a month before the election, when voters in 11 states are already casting their ballots, they deserve a voice in this consequential choice.

  • Judge Barrett Senate confirmation hearings are set to begin on October 12th.

  • If she's confirmed, she'll be President Trump's third Supreme court appointment.

  • Yeah, 12th trivia.

  • Which of these dog breeds is believed to be the most intelligent German shepherd, Weimaraner border terrier or Siberian husky?

  • Of these options, the German shepherd is at the top of the list, and it has an excellent sense of smell as well.

  • Okay, dogs smell much better than we do, and if you've ever brought one in from the rain, you'll disagree with that.

  • But we're talking about their sense of smell.

  • It's thought to be thousands of times more sensitive than ours.

  • And now research is being done to find out if dogs can sniff out coronavirus in airline passengers the same way the animals were used to detect drugs or explosives.

  • At the University of Helsinki, preliminary tests indicated that dogs can be trained to detect co vid with almost 100% certainty even days before symptoms begin.

  • This hasn't been proven yet, but researchers are doggedly determined, waiting at an airport in Finland, Barlow, Kasey, Meena and et canine detectives on the trail, often unwanted import.

  • The dogs are part of a pilot project announced by Helsinki's main international airport on Tuesday.

  • They're being trained to detect positive cases off over 19.

  • A local official sees how it works.

  • Volunteer travelers swipe their skin, dropped the sample into a cup on is given to a dog to sniff within a minute.

  • A result.

  • If this test is positive, the participant is asked to take a swab test to see whether the dog is right.

  • So far in this trial, What is the accuracy of the dogs?

  • Well, so far we've only done three days, and so far we have only two positive ones.

  • Do.

  • At this stage, we can't do any any statistics yet dogs are already used to sniff out explosives food.

  • Whether they can detect covert 19 is still in question.

  • Researchers say they still don't fully understand the science behind the dog's nose.

  • Well, we actually have no idea what it is that it detects, and I think that it will take us years and years to know that because there's actually no machinery on Earth that has the same sensitivity as A as a dog, has what makes a good sniffer dog.

  • Is it a certain type of breed?

  • Is it how they're brought up?

  • Good sniffer dog is one that loves treats, so it's usually Labradors and golden retrievers.

  • The trial is expected to run through the end of the year.

  • If successful, there are hopes this fast and non invasive screening could be rolled out across Finland and around the world.

  • It's possible that these dogs go around pass interest in a similar way.

  • Thanlyin custom dogs, too.

  • But there's caution from others.

  • If I need a medical diagnosis, I would call to a proper doctor Onda proper testing toe.

  • Get the results.

  • If the trial is a success, sniffer dogs could be a useful tool to detect covert 19.

  • And that's not to be sniffed at Anna Stewart, CNN London CNN heroes are everyday folks who make an extraordinary difference in their communities.

  • A great example of this is Greg Daily.

  • His work to assist 140 senior citizens in his community, started with a single phone call and is one of the people he helps puts it.

  • He has a good heart and a great soul.

  • He's going straight to heaven.

  • Here's his story.

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  • A couple days later, I happened to be standing in a supermarket and, uh, you know, having her phone number still on my phone.

  • I called her on, you know, asked if she needed anything.

  • She was really kind of blown away by it.

  • Story started from there, You know, Uh, next couple days, I decided she can't be alone, is delivered a three adult communities.

  • A lot of people in there that are compromised.

  • So I put out a note to all 800 of my customers.

  • If there's anything you need, you name it.

  • I'm happy to go shop for it and deliver it to your home for free.

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  • Long day ahead in the shop, Right.

  • To fulfill orders for two more people.

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  • Take care of yourself.

  • Thank you so much.

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  • It gives me killed.

  • I've met just unbelievable amount of beautiful, wonderful people.

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  • Thank you.

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  • It's amazing how grateful they are picking up the handwritten list.

  • This particular customer has issues with her eyes, so it's really hard for her to use email believing around.

  • I can make this out.

  • Okay, Thank you.

  • My pleasure.

  • If you need anything else moving forward, please give me a call.

  • OK?

  • All right, Take care yourself tonight for 10 out of 10 we'd say this is life sized, but unless you know any other robots that air 60 ft tall and weigh £48,000 well, you don't.

  • This is the tallest robot in the world.

  • It can walk it can.

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  • It's meant to resemble a robot from a Japanese animated TV Siri's created in the late 19 seventies.

  • Engineers have been involved in this project since 2014 and while co vid 19 has delayed fans opportunities to see it in person, just seeing it virtually is an amazing it's proportions, air cartoonishly huge.

  • And it's a clear illustration of how they drew upon some serious skills and more than a flip book to set it all into an emotion.

  • That's all for CNN 10.

  • Except for our daily Shout Out, which goes to the Pacific American school in Taiwan.

  • Thank you for your request on our YouTube channel.

  • I'm Carla Zeus for CNN.

  • Yeah.

Yeah, there are many things dogs can do, but detecting coronavirus is not one of them.

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