Will hot weather slow down the disease caused by the new Novel Corona virus 19, as does other viruses such as the flu, the common cold and pneumonia?
A new study has found that this is possible, but the effect will not be so great as to eradicate the virus or prevent the epidemic from returning in the fall.
The University of Connecticut in the United States has seen the effects of ultraviolet light, a powerful natural weapon against the new novel virus, known to damage DNA, kill viruses and infect healthy skin cells.
“We discovered that ultraviolet light can slow down the spread of code 19,” the researchers said.
However, he warned that the disease could temporarily slow down in hot weather, return in the fall and re-emerge next winter.
However, the researchers also said that there are many doubts about the possible outcome of the research.
And that seems to be true, because the epidemic has spread around the world, and has spread rapidly to some warmer countries, including Australia and Iran.
The new research suggests that warmer weather may help, but it will also require the implementation of social distance measures.
Earlier this month, the US National Academy of Sciences, after examining the effects of humidity and temperature on the virus, discovered that it had only minor effects on germs