By Robert Preidt

HealthDay Reporter

FRIDAY, Might eight, 2020 (HealthDay News) — Two new reviews advise that the heat summertime months will not noticeably sluggish the novel coronavirus as it spreads around the globe.

“Summer time is not likely to make this go absent,” reported Dionne Gesink, an epidemiologist at the College of Toronto’s Dalla Lana Faculty of General public Wellness who co-authored a Might eight report in the Canadian Medical Affiliation Journal that located neither temperature nor latitude altered COVID-19 infection rates. On the other hand, school closures and other public health and fitness actions did.

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