Or is it rather on the season (> 30 ° C)Beverly
There are several factors that come together. Of course, the warm temperatures have a positive effect, the vaccinations also.
In a radio show, an opinion of any of the RKI belongs and he said that vaccinations contribute to about 20% to reduce.
Unfortunately, I can not link to you.Cecilia
is questionable whether the temperatures could really be responsible for the figures, because even in countries where it is always hot, there are high incidences as you have a look According to Brazil or IndiaAlton
I think: both as well. It remains to be seen what autumn brings.Darnell
The warmer weather is safeHistled, but decisive certainly the measures carried out - and the vaccine pace.
And> 30 ° are still not: -)Steve
not at all. The PIPIFax measures in Germany have hardly contributed to reducing the numbers, that's just huge happiness again.
See Spain, there are stricter and more sensible measures, but never fell to numbers like here.
The LMU has recently published several studies, all of which could not detect any connection between falling R values and the German criterion.