When analyzed, the relationship between seasonal temperature rise and COVID-19 cases reveals a slight, but statistically insignificant correlation.
This analysis is based on dataset with the average temperature of ten (10) countries (United States, Spain, Italy, China, United Kingdom, Iran, France, Switzerland, Germany and India) and the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in each country.
Analysis was performed using the Karl Pearson Correlation algorithm
While this analysis establishes a very slight correlation between temperature increase and COVID-19 case decrease, the correlation is so slight as to be negligible and therefore cannot be substantiated.
* Disclaimer: Results are derived using Smarten Predictive Modeling Analytics and are based on available, reported data. Rapid changes in research, spread and circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 global pandemic may significantly change the nature and interpretation of these models.