The associations between COVID-19 transmission and meteorological factors are scientifically debated. Several studies have been conducted worldwide, with inconsistent findings. However, often these studies had methodological issues, e.g., did not exclude important confounding factors, or had limited geographic or temporal resolution. Our aim was to quantify associations between temporal variations in COVID-19 incidence and meteorological variables globally.

The association of COVID-19 incidence with temperature, humidity, and UV radiation - A global multi-city analysis / Nottmeyer, Luise; Armstrong, Ben; Lowe, Rachel; Abbott, Sam; Meakin, Sophie; O'Reilly, Kathleen; von Borries, Rosa; Schneider, Rochelle; Royé, Dominic; Hashizume, Masahiro; Pascal, Mathilde; Tobias, Aurelio; Vicedo-Cabrera, Ana Maria; Lavigne, Eric; Correa, Patricia Matus; Ortega, Nicolás Valdés; Kynčl, Jan; Urban, Aleš; Orru, Hans; Ryti, Niilo; Jaakkola, Jouni; Dallavalle, Marco; Schneider, Alexandra; Honda, Yasushi; Ng, Chris Fook Sheng; Alahmad, Barrak; Carrasco, Gabriel; Holobâc, Iulian Horia; Kim, Ho; Lee, Whanhee; Íñiguez, Carmen; Bell, Michelle L; Zanobetti, Antonella; Schwartz, Joel; Scovronick, Noah; Coélho, Micheline de Sousa Zanotti Stagliorio; Saldiva, Paulo Hilario Nascimento; Diaz, Magali Hurtado; Gasparrini, Antonio; Sera, Francesco. - In: SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT. - ISSN 0048-9697. - ELETTRONICO. - 854:(2022), pp. 0-0. [10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.158636]

The association of COVID-19 incidence with temperature, humidity, and UV radiation - A global multi-city analysis

Sera, Francesco
2022

Abstract

The associations between COVID-19 transmission and meteorological factors are scientifically debated. Several studies have been conducted worldwide, with inconsistent findings. However, often these studies had methodological issues, e.g., did not exclude important confounding factors, or had limited geographic or temporal resolution. Our aim was to quantify associations between temporal variations in COVID-19 incidence and meteorological variables globally.
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Nottmeyer, Luise; Armstrong, Ben; Lowe, Rachel; Abbott, Sam; Meakin, Sophie; O'Reilly, Kathleen; von Borries, Rosa; Schneider, Rochelle; Royé, Dominic; Hashizume, Masahiro; Pascal, Mathilde; Tobias, Aurelio; Vicedo-Cabrera, Ana Maria; Lavigne, Eric; Correa, Patricia Matus; Ortega, Nicolás Valdés; Kynčl, Jan; Urban, Aleš; Orru, Hans; Ryti, Niilo; Jaakkola, Jouni; Dallavalle, Marco; Schneider, Alexandra; Honda, Yasushi; Ng, Chris Fook Sheng; Alahmad, Barrak; Carrasco, Gabriel; Holobâc, Iulian Horia; Kim, Ho; Lee, Whanhee; Íñiguez, Carmen; Bell, Michelle L; Zanobetti, Antonella; Schwartz, Joel; Scovronick, Noah; Coélho, Micheline de Sousa Zanotti Stagliorio; Saldiva, Paulo Hilario Nascimento; Diaz, Magali Hurtado; Gasparrini, Antonio; Sera, Francesco
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