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Study was published that looked at effect of heat and humidity. Some good


things came out of it. The study looked at several countries transmission rates prior to any governmental restrictions in place. Countries with hot and humid climates like Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia had much lower transmission rates than China and the colder countries of Europe in January and February. So there is hope. Not a peer-reviewed study and really only based on case reports (not epidemiological), but still encouraging.

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Posted: 03/20/2020 at 10:23AM



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