The declining data relating to coronavirus infections have brought up to date a speech already addressed in recent weeks. Will the arrival of the heat and the summer season take Covid-19 away? During the months of lockdown and maximum expansion of the pandemic, many theories have been shared on the subject. There are those who argue that, like the flu, also SARS-CoV-2 will fade with increasing humidity and temperatures. Others believe that the trend of infections is completely disconnected from this type of speech.
To try to clarify, we cite what has been declared by Doctor Pasquale Mario Bacco, forensic doctor and Meleam researcher, company specializing in occupational medicine. On the columns of the AdnKronos, Bacchus explains that the heat can help.
“Like all coronaviruses, this too is conditioned by temperature. Between 25 and 30 degrees, about 53% of the strains do not survive and the rest show about 12 times less activity“.
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Coronavirus, the heat helps but it is not enough: “It will not disappear in the summer”
Doctor Bacchus confirms that summer can help us: “It is expected that the aggressiveness of the virus will be much lower in the summer months and therefore the infections will be reduced accordingly.”
However, this does not mean that the problem is definitively resolved, nor that the Covid-19 cannot still represent a danger.
“My idea is that it won’t disappear, as Sars did. The virus has sensitive mutations, which are also carried out quickly. This makes it increasingly difficult to make a unique vaccine, good for a long time“.
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