Last year, some scientists said that COVID-19 could get controlled during summer, as the virus are afraid of high temperature. However, viruses are still by people’s sides right now, so the high-temperature days are not the period of time that people can let their guard down.
According to the article “More sun ahead after record-breaking April heat in B.C.” by CBC News, the report-breaking temperature will last in the next few days. .Temperature in B.C can reach up to 26 C over this weekend. As far as temperature is concerned, including B.C, many places are above normal for this time of year.
“For many of us, this weekend’s sunny skies and warmer temperatures are a chance to finally bust out the summer wardrobe and head to the beach. ” According to “Fear of missing out? Forget FOMO. FOGO, or fear of going out, is real and can be debilitating.” By Cathy Kearney.
As the weather getting warmer, people are feeling to do some outdoors after the long-term raining season, which can cause people outside are getting much more than a week ago. Concentrate of people means the risk of getting COVID-19 is increased. Going outside for some needless activities is still not recommend, especially during the third wave of COVID-19 and covid lockdown measures.
According to “Fear of missing out? Forget FOMO. FOGO, or fear of going out, is real and can be debilitating” by Cathy Kearney, some people are over afraid of contracting COVID-19 lead grew the point they couldn’t leave their house and caused debilitating anxiety. Citizens’ mental health is affected by the situation. However, stay at home all the time is not the proper way to do by the covid, as the end of the pandemic is uncertain.
Outdoor activities are necessary, but as more people going out, the higher risk of infection is. When people want to go for a walk or breath some fresh air, they should probably choose a time of the day that are fewer people outside, such as early in the morning.
Moreover, the possibility of wildfires appear should be also noticed during these high-temperature days.
“Fire dangers will also be higher since April has been unusually dry. A brush fire broke out Thursday off Highway 1 in Chilliwack and quickly burned through bone-dry grass.” according to “More sun ahead after record-breaking April heat in B.C.” by CBC News.
“More sun ahead after record-breaking April heat in B.C.” by CBC News.
“B.C health officials warn COVID-19 still transmissible in warm weather ” By CBC News (video)