COVID-19 can be spread in a hot and humid climate
The evidence so far suggests that the virus can spread in all regions, including hot and humid ones. Regardless of the climate, if you live in or travel to an area where COVID-19 have been reported, be sure to take protective measures. The best way to avoid catching the virus is to wash your hands frequently. This can remove viruses that may be present on your hands, and can prevent subsequent infections from touching your eyes, mouth, and nose.
Low temperature and ice cannot kill COVID-19.
There is no reason to think that cold weather can kill COVID-19 or any other disease. Regardless of the external temperature or weather, the normal body temperature is maintained at around 36.5℃ and 37℃. Using the alcohol-based hand sanitizers or soap and water is the most effective way to protect yourself from infection.
COVID-19 cannot be transmitted by mosquito bites
To date, there is no information or evidence that mosquitoes may transmit COVID-19. COVID-19 is a respiratory virus that is transmitted by contact with respiratory droplets produced by an infected person when he coughs or sneezes, or by contact with his saliva or snot. To protect yourself, wash your hands frequently and avoid close contact with people who cough or sneeze.
Though COVID-19 can be treatable, it does not mean that you will carry the virus for life.
Most patients recover and no longer have the virus in their bodies. If you suffer from this disease, be sure to treat it appropriately. If you have cough, fever and dyspnea, you should seek medical advice in a regular hospital as soon as possible. With supportive treatment, most patients can recover.
Exposure to sunlight or temperatures above 25℃ does not prevent COVID-19.
No matter how sunny or hot the weather is, you may catch COVID-19. Cases of COVID-19 have also been reported in hot countries. To protect yourself, always wash your hands carefully and do not touch your eyes, mouth or nose.
Drinking does not protect, but can do harm
Frequent drinking may exacerbate health problems and does not protect you from COVID-19.