Seasonality of COVID-19 remains uncertain

President Donald J. Trump’s tweet on Feb. 7 suggesting that “as the weather starts to warm & [COVID-19] hopefully becomes weaker, and then gone” has prompted a debate among medical professionals about the seasonality of the disease.“As it stands right now, the transmission rate of COVID-19 is really a function of the virus itself rather than a particular season,” Mark Cameron, PhD, an associate professor in the department of population and quantitative health sciences at Case Western Reserve University, told Healio Primary Care. “Since pandemic-proneRead More

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