Warm weather may have a significant impact on the spread of COVID-19.
That’s according to new ongoing research from six institutions across the country, including Harvard University. Researchers noted that although warmer weather might help reduce the spread of the virus, it won’t be enough to fully end or contain it.
That could make it even more challenging for state officials to modify stay-at-home orders.
We take a deep dive into how the summertime weather might impact COVID-19 and shutdown restrictions.Guests
- UC Davis Children’s Hospital Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases Dr. Dean Blumberg