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Scientists Thought (and Trump Insisted) Summer Heat Would Slow Covid-19. It Hasn’t. Why?

Scientists Thought (and Trump Insisted) Summer Heat Would Slow Covid-19. It Hasn’t. Why?
Summer was supposed to save us. President Trump touted the idea back in February: “A lot of people think that [the virus] goes away in April, with the heat.” He followed that up a few months later with an insane rant about the wonders of sunlight and how “bringing light inside the body” might kill the virus.

But it wasn’t just Trump — dozens of scientific papers speculated that, like the flu, the coronavirus would melt away in the heat, sunlight, and humidity and we could all relax for a few months
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