Warm weather probably won’t slow COVID-19 transmission much

Any seasonal benefit can be canceled by humanity’s vulnerability to the virus, a study suggests

woman wearing mask in sunlight

While some viral diseases wane with the arrival of summer, experts caution that so far, evidence suggests that won’t be the case for COVID-19.

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