Could spring impact the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19)?

The transition into warmer seasons with increased humidity can hinder the spread of some viruses, including the coronavirus (COVID-19).

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17 Replies to “Could spring impact the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19)?”

  1. Why don't they test the procedure of hypothermia or body heating on a patient and find out the result if it will really work. You don't have to wait a season to find out.

  2. China Weather 2 °C to 14 °C and here 80,559 people infected as of now
    South Koria 1 °C to 11 °C and here 6,593 people infected
    Iran 6°C to 17°C and here 4,747 people infected (today +1,234 more infected)
    Italy7°C to 15°C and here 3,858 people infected
    But the point here is the country doing the most trading and business activity Hong Kong has only 105 infected and 2 death, here the wether is 18 °C to 22 1 °C . Also in U.A.E around half a million, Irani expats and 180,000 Chinese people and doing very good trading with china but the infection rate is only 30 so far.
    Also in India and Singapore weather is higher than 20°C so the infection rate is very low even the trade relation with china is very high.

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