Scientists Warn Pandemic May Not Decline in Warmer Weather
One reason is the lack of preexisting human immunity
Seasonal influenza and common human coronaviruses typically fall off in warmer seasons, as heat and humidity diminish transmission sharply. There has been some hope that this will happen with COVID-19, giving the United States a summer respite against a relentlessly accelerating pandemic.
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