A woman walks her dog on an autumn day in Canberra. The coronavirus outbreak in Australia developed amid lower humidity and relatively stable temperatures. Photo: Xinhua

Southern hemisphere winter may spur rise in Covid-19 cases, study says

  • Research in Australia suggests a 1 per cent fall in humidity could increase number of infections by 6 per cent
  • Findings echo fears that there could be worse to come for countries heading into drier, cooler months
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A woman walks her dog on an autumn day in Canberra. The coronavirus outbreak in Australia developed amid lower humidity and relatively stable temperatures. Photo: Xinhua
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