Plus, I'm not entirely clear on how sunshine reaches my respiratory
tract and lungs.
On 2020-03-25 4:02 p.m., Nathan Wajsman wrote:
Sunshine in general kills viruses, but you cannot infer too much from the
climate. Spain is a warm, dry country and we are badly hit right now. I think
that the way people behaved and the timing of the restrictions are much more
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On 25 Mar 2020, at 20:52, Chris Trask <christrask@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
This remark just appeared in a Q&A list on the BBC World live news feed:
Q: Is there any research that proves that sunlight is an antidote to the virus?
A: There has been early research that suggests that warm and cold temperate
climates are the most vulnerable. Arid regions and the tropics come after that.
However, this is only early research.
I had made a remark to a friend in Brisbane some weeks ago that there was
a fairly distinct pattern to the rapid spread of this disease. It prefers
cold, wet climates like central China, South Korea, Seattle, and northern Italy
(now northern Europe). Arid regions like Arizona, northern Africa, and the
Australian outback could be safe havens, provided to can tolerate the hot, dry
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