Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Dr. Mehmet Oz said on Tuesday that warmer weather should slow down the spread of coronavirus, but cautioned that Americans will have to brace for the second wave of infections next winter.“Human behavior changes when it is warmer outside so you can naturally socially distance a little bit more, the stability of the virus and transmission rates are altered when it is warmer. The virus doesn’t want to be in warm weather, it likes to be in cold weather, it can travel further in the air,” the host of “The Dr. Oz Show” told “Fox & Friends.”US OFFICIALS CONFIRM FULL-SCALE INVESTIGATION OF WHETHER CORONAVIRUS ESCAPED FROM WUHAN LABOz reacted to White House Task Force member Dr. Deborah Birx’s appearance on “Fox & Friends,” where she said that officials will be watching how the coronavirus spreads in warm weather in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.”Our job in the White House is to ensure for whatever happens [to the U.S.] in the fall,” Birx said.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

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