Another sign of times being turned upside down: On hot sunny days, motorists normally look for shady spots to park their car when out shopping or running errands. At home, too, cooler places are premium parking spots.
But with the novel coronavirus still among us, one way to reduce the risk of contagion is apparently to do the opposite.
Indeed, new research from the University of Georgia suggests that extreme heat inside a car parked in the sun, caused by short-wave sun rays coming through the windows, could help kill the virus that causes COVID-19.
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