A new coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, emerged during the Northern Hemisphere’s flu season. With spring approaching, some are asking: Will Covid-19 cases dissipate once it gets warmer?

The answer is not clear-cut, but we can find clues in how the virus is behaving now, and how other viruses have acted in the past.

This video explains what to expect form SARS-CoV-2 as the seasons change.

  • “what to expect *from* SARS-CoV-2”

    Two authors on a 62 word article post, still a typo… what’s ah, what’s going on guys?

  • Viruses don’t like hot and dry environments, but it’s the temperature in people’s habitat, not outside, that counts. So, if my home, car, workplace and even recreational centers have aircon 24/7, then that’s no longer “hot climate” and that’s why you see it spreading even in Kuwait.

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