The climate in Kabul
The climate in Kabul, Afghanistan is a cold semi-arid climate (Koppen climate classification BSk) with cold winters and dry hot summers. The average temperature in January is around -2°C (28°F) and in July, it's around 25°C (77°F). The city receives an annual precipitation of around 250 millimeters (10 inches) mostly in the form of snowfall in winter and occasional thunderstorms in summer.
Will the coronavirus passed by summer?
A group of Chinese scientists conducted research and revealed the temperature at which the coronavirus is the most dangerous. It varies from +3 to +9 degrees Celsius. If there are no measures are taken, then in such conditions, the “crown” will be active for up to 14 days. Experts were surprised by the persistence of the disease. Compared with their counterparts it can endure much higher temperatures.
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