Reduce Coronavirus with High Temperature and Humidity

Could a change in the weather help reduce coronavirus transmission? Check this out. 



0:03 Coronavirus update (new research) 
0:15 Coronavirus and temperature and humidity 
0:58 Why this new information makes sense when looking at the coronavirus outbreak 

I’ve got some good coronavirus news for you today. There is a paper titled “High Temperature and High Humidity Reduce the Transmission of COVID-19.”

According to this paper, higher temperatures and higher humidity significantly reduce the spread of the coronavirus. This means that the arrival of summer and a rainy season may effectively decrease the spread of COVID-19. 

This could make sense because when the coronavirus pandemic first began, certain countries that were warmer and more humid had fewer coronavirus cases than countries with a colder and less humid climate at the time. 

In the next few months, as the temperature is warming up and the humidity is increasing, I think we may see a significant drop in the spread of the coronavirus. 

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