Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.The novel coronavirus that has ravaged the globe and brought the world’s economy to a standstill may not diminish significantly in warmer weather, according to a report from a panel convened by the National Academy of Sciences.The findings, from a report presented to the White House on Tuesday, are an attempt to determine how COVID-19 may or may not behave once temperatures start to warm up in late spring and summer. But there’s a lot about the virus that is still not understood by scientists.”The laboratory data available so far indicate reduced survival of SARS-CoV-2 at elevated temperatures, and variation in temperature sensitivity as a function of the type of surface on which the virus is placed. However, the number of well-controlled studies available at this time on the topic remains small,” the report states.Scientists anticipate being able to review new, more relevant data in the next week or two, including information on surface survival of the virus under different levels of humidity, and aerosol survival with and without exposure to UV radiation.GOOGLE TAKES HEAT ABOUT CORONAVIRUS DATA FROM DEMOCRATIC SENATORS The warmer temperatures of late

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