Scientists have been studying to develop a cure of the coronavirus from the start. A lot of researches already exists for the preventions of coronavirus and efforts are being made continuously to find the cure.

In this pandemic, people have started staying indoors all the time. People live in different areas with different temperatures in the world. Experts believe that temperature plays an important role in spreading or controlling the disease.

Staying indoors in the areas of the world where the temperature is high may be beneficial. However, people living in regions with high temperatures should let that the light reach their body because it’s highly beneficial in weakening the virus.

Studies have shown that specific viruses such as cold, influenza, Covid-19, etc., are dependent on relative humidity and temperatures. So, staying indoors on a sunnier day may facilitate the disease to spread.

It is believed that the immune system of humans works even better in high temperatures. Moreover, sunlight is also a major source of vitamin D. Sitting an hour under the sun can surely help.

We can directly take vitamin D from the sunlight but in winter when we don’t get enough sunnier days, we have to take vitamin D through our diet.

Vitamin D is a necessary element for our healthy body. It helps our body regulate its calcium levels and is also important for bones and muscle health.

It also plays a role in strengthening our immune system. When it comes to conditions like the common cold, flu, influenza, and possibly even covid-19, vitamin D is not directly related to curing the disease but it boosts the immune system which is needed to cure these diseases because when the immune system of a person is strong, his/her body can fight the diseases very well.

People with low vitamin D levels are more prone to get respiratory infections. Considering vitamin D as a factor in fighting COVID-19, we should regulate the level of vitamin D in our bodies by either enjoying some sunlight or taking supplements. However, taking high doses of vitamin D occasionally won’t help.