Clouds of doubt swirl around links between climate and Covid-19

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Clouds of doubt swirl around links between climate and Covid-19

Some scientists say they are related. Others agree it’s probable, but say it’s too early to make such claims

Senior science reporter

Do the weather and climate play a role in how quickly Covid-19 spreads? It depends who you ask.

Debates have raged since the pandemic first spread in the north, before hitting southern countries with different climates.

Some experts have said there is no correlation and it is just a matter of timing, but a new study from Olabisi Onabanjo University in Nigeria says otherwise...

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