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Coronavirus weather study suggests dry air could aid the spread of COVID-19 – ABC News

Plenty of people have been speculating about how COVID-19 might be affected by the weather. Finally, we have some peer-reviewed science to sink our teeth into.

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Everyone from the US President to the postie seems to have been speculating about how COVID-19 might be affected by the weather, but finally we have some peer-reviewed science to sink our teeth into.
Key points:

  • The study showed the number of COVID-19 cases in Sydney increased when the air was dry
  • It suggested dry air shrinks the virus aerosol particles, allowing them to remain airborne for longer
  • It provides support to the theory that COVID-19 is airborne and emphasise…

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