Can Warm Weather Stop or Slow Down the Coronavirus?
Viruses usually follow a pattern during their season. For example, the Flu typically arrives with the colder winter months, as well as the norovirus. Other viruses, such as typhoid, tend to peak during the summer. Measles cases usually drop during the summer, while in tropical regions they peak in the dry season.
So with the new coronavirus COVID-19, many people are now asking shouldn’t it slow down as temperatures get warmer? Will the spring and summer months slow down the virus?