The Impact Heat and Temperature Will Have on Covid-19 Pandemic

The Covid-19 is a viable disease that remains on various materials for 3 days before the virus dies off. An infected person should be handled with care especially when paying medical attention to them to avoid being contracted of the disease.
There are various ways of contracting this virus, and it will surprise you to know the virus can remain inside the feaces of an infected person for 1-2 days. Before heat can even kill the virus, it has to be at a temperature of 56°C.
One of the most asked questions about the covid-19 pandemic is Why African Americans are dying at higher rates from COVID-19 ? However, the answer to that question still remains unknown.
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Another popular question from BBC is, Will warm weather really kill off Covid-19? Most  people hope that outbreaks such as this new coronavirus will wane as temperatures rise, but pandemics often don’t behave in the same way as seasonal outbreaks.
Also, there is a popular belief that in the northern hemisphere, as winter ends, cases of seasonal flu dwindle. Could the same happen with covid-19?
Laboratory research and computer modelling suggest Covid-19 will be less able to survive in warm and humid conditions (Credit: Getty Images) Statistically, there is a relationship between the Covid-19 mode of transmission and the temperature of most of the contacted cases from January to April 2020. People who live in the Northern hemisphere have discovered whenever there’s flu, as soon as the winter season is over the infection curve of the flu starts diminishing gradually.
This occurred in other regions where they have been pandemic that also claimed the lives of people. We are going to see the impact of heat and temperature on this Covid-19 pandemic.
Meteorological Parameters
We are going to use the flu as an example here in this part. There was a sudden increase in flu infections in the winter seasons for the following three reasons:

The flu virus was more stable during the cold season.
Many people spent more hours staying at home, and this increases the number of spread amongst them.
The cold season weakens the immune system on our skin due to the fact ultraviolet rays don’t penetrate the skin to give it the desired Vitamin D.

Theoretically, these factors are likely capable of influencing the spread of Covid-19 infection, and from there increase more during the spring season. Well this is merely an assumption or rather conspiracy theory , but we are not too sure about this. In the United States of America , countless research are going on to check the effect of heat and temperature on this pandemic  an also different countries such as Singapore, Taiwan, China, Japan, South Korea using their weather...