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A correlation study between weather and atmosphere with COVID-19 pandemic in Islamabad, Pakistan


Author(s): Aslam, Bilal Khalil, Umer Azam, Umar Maqsoom, Ahsen
Health Variables: COVID-19 case
Region/Country: Pakistan
Environmental Variable: wind speed, precipitation, temperature, air quality

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s41324-020-00366-2

Data Sources:
Health: Ministry of National Health Services Regulations and Coordination (Pakistan) Weather: Pakistan Metrological Department (PMD)

Air Pollution and temperature are associated with increased COVID-19 incidence: a time series study


Author(s): H. Li, X.-L. Xu, D.-W. Dai, Z.-Y. Huang, Z. Ma and Y.-J. Guan
Health Variables: COVID-19 case
Region/Country: China
Environmental Variable: air quality, avg temperature, max temperature, min temperature, UV index

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijid.2020.05.076

Data Sources:
In this time series analysis, COVID19 incidence counts in Wuhan and Xiao Ganwere provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of Hubei Province (Health Commission of the Hubei Province, 2020). The daily air quality index( AQI), PM2.5, PM10, NO2 and CO concentration were retrieved from the Platform AQI (PlatformAQI,2020). Five meteorological parameters were retrieved from the database of Weather.com (The Weather Channel, 2020) Daily temperature difference and sunshine duration were calculated based on the difference of highest andl lowest temperature and sunrise and sunset time, respectively.

Air Quality and COVID-19 Prevalence/Fatality


Author(s): H. Takagi, T. Kuno, Y. Yokoyama, H. Ueyama, T. Matsushiro, Y. Hari and T. Ando
Health Variables: COVID-19 case, Deaths
Region/Country: Northeastern USA
Environmental Variable: Ozone, Air quality

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.06.14.20130740

Data Sources:
Health: Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center Weather: US Environmental Protection Agency (https://www.epa.gov/outdoor-air-quality-data/air-data-daily-air-quality-tracker) World Air Quality Project (https://aqicn.org/city/usa/newyork/)

Air transportation, population density and temperature predict the spread of COVID-19 in Brazil


Author(s): P. Pequeno, B. Mendel, C. Rosa, M. Bosholn, J. L. Souza, F. Baccaro, R. Barbosa and W. Magnusson
Health Variables: COVID-19 case
Region/Country: Brazil
Environmental Variable: avg temperature, UV index, relative humidity, precipitation

DOI: https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.9322

Data Sources:
We obtained daily cumulative counts of confirmed cases of COVID-19 for each of the 27 Brazilian state capital cities, as reported by State Health Secretaries and compiled by volunteers (Table S1; Secretarias de Sa�de das Unidades Federativas, 2020). We focused on the month since the first confirmed case, from February 26 to March 26, 2020, for which there were 292 reports on daily counts across cities. Data on population density, the elderly and income were obtained for the last quarter of 2019 from the Brazilian Institute for Geography and Statistics (IBGE), which samples Brazilian households quarterly for socioeconomic indicators (Sidra, 2020) (Table S2). Flight data were obtained from the current statistical annuary of the Brazilian Agency for Civilian Aviation (ANAC) (Table S3; ANAC, 2020). Hourly meteorological data were obtained from the automatic stations maintained by the Brazilian Institute for Meteorology (INMET) in the capital cities (Table S4; INMET, 2020).

Airborne particulate matter, population mobility and COVID-19: a multi-city study in China


Author(s): Wang, Bo Liu, Jiangtao Li, Yanlin Fu, Shihua Xu, Xiaocheng Li, Lanyu Zhou, Ji Liu, Xingrong He, Xiaotao Yan, Jun Shi, Yanjun Niu, Jingping Yang, Yong Li, Yiyao Luo, Bin Zhang, Kai
Health Variables: COVID-19 cases
Region/Country: China
Environmental Variable: air quality, ambient temperature (AT) and relative humidity (RH)

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-020-09669-3

Data Sources:
Data Center of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment of the People�s Republic of China (http://datacenter.mee. gov.cn/) Shanghai Meteorological Bureau

Altitude conditions seem to determine the evolution of COVID-19 in Brazil: a significance relationship with cases and deaths


Author(s): J. S. C. Fernandes, R. S. Silva, A. C. Silva, D. C. Villela, V. A. Mendon�a and A. C. R. Lacerda
Health Variables: Death COVID-19 case
Region/Country: Brazil
Environmental Variable: relative humidity

DOI: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-76633/v1

Data Sources:
The population for each city was obtained using data from IBGE, referring to July 1, 2019, at https://agenciadenoticias.ibge.gov.br/agencia-detalhe-de-midia.html?view=mediaibge&catid= 2103 & id?=?3098 [4]. Data on confirmed cases and deaths, resulting from COVID-19, were obtained, on May 17, 2020, on June 01 and 16, 2020 and on July 01, 2020 at https://covid.mapbiomas.org/ [5]. The data regarding air relative humidity (RH) were obtained from the National Institute of Meteorology address http://www.inmet.gov.br/portal/index.php?r=estacoes/estacoesAutomaticas [6], for the 63, 58, 57 and 59 cities with a population over 200 thousand inhabitants and that have data from automatic weather stations and correspond respectively to the average of the period from March 01 to May 17, May 18 to June 01, 2020, June 02 to June 16, 2020 and June 17 to July 01, 2020.

Ambient air pollutants, meteorological factors and their interactions affect confirmed cases of COVID-19 in 120 Chinese cities


Author(s): Zhou, Jianli Qin, Linyuan Liu, Nan
Health Variables: COVID-19 case,
Region/Country: China
Environmental Variable: air quality, relative humidity, pressure

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.05.27.20111542

Data Sources:
Daily confirmed case counts and daily air pollutants were collected from the official websites of Harvard University (https://dataverse.harvard.edu), Meteorological data were obtained from China Meteorological Data Sharing Service System (http://data.cma.cn/site/index.html)

Ambient air pollution, meteorology, and COVID?19 infection in Korea


Author(s): T. Hoang and T. T. A. Tran
Health Variables: COVID-19 Case, Transmission (R0)
Region/Country: South Korea
Environmental Variable: avg Temperature, relative humidity, wind speed, air pressure, air quality,

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/jmv.26325

Data Sources:
Confirmed new cases are daily reported by the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Data on ambient air pollution and meteorology are provided by the Korea Environment Corporation11 and Meteorological Agency,

Ambient nitrogen dioxide pollution and spread ability of COVID-19 in Chinese cities


Author(s): Y. Yao, J. Pan, Z. Liu, X. Meng, W. Wang, H. Kan and W. Wang
Health Variables: COVID-19 case, Transmission rate (R0)
Region/Country: China
Environmental Variable: air quality, avg temperature, relative humidity

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoenv.2020.111421

Data Sources:
We collected COVID-19 confirmed case information reported by the National Health Commission of the People�s Republic of China (WHO, 2020) and Health Commission of Hubei Province (http://wjw.hubei.gov .cn/bmdt/ztzl/fkxxgzbdgrfyyq/). The population movement in cities outside Hubei from the same period was obtained from Baidu Qianxi data (https://qianxi.baidu.com/2020/). These data came from 63 cities (cities in China with more than 50 confirmed COVID-19 cases as of February 10, 2020) and ranged from January 1, 2020 to February 8, 2020. The data were acquired from the National Urban Air Quality Publishing Platform (http://106.37.208.2 33:20035/), which is administered by China�s Ministry of Environmental Protection. Other meteorological data including daily mean temperature and relative humidity were collected from the China Meteorological Data Sharing Service System.

Ambient nitrogen dioxide pollution and spread ability of COVID-19 in Chinese cities


Author(s): Y. Yao, J. Pan, Z. Liu, X. Meng, W. Wang, H. Kan and W. Wang
Health Variables: COVID-19 case, Transmission rate (R0)
Region/Country: China
Environmental Variable: air quality

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.03.31.20048595

Data Sources:
COVID-19 confirmed case information reported by the 21 National Health Commission and the Provincial Health Commissions of China; Hourly NO2 data were obtained from the National Urban Air Quality 7 Publishing Platform, which is administered by 8 China�s Ministry of Environmental Protection; Meteorological data including daily mean 12 temperature and relative humidity were collected from the China 13 Meteorological Data Sharing Service System.

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