Tampa Bay Catholics and Evangelicals discuss the environment and coronavirus May 18, 2020

Tampa Bay Times

Dr. Sandra Gompf, PSR FL member, addressed the impact of warming temperatures on human infectious diseases. Increasing warmth “increases and changes the habitats for insects that are vectors for human disease,” she said, noting that tick habitats have been expanding across the United States and into Canada.

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