It is tough to state with certainty whether and what kind of impact humidity and high temperature has on the SARS-CoV-2 virus and its spread. Most influenza causing viruses show a decline in warmer climates. Research findings from Wuhan, China suggest that SARS-CoV-2 is sensitive to heat and may be unable to survive high temperatures. Similarly, research from University of Maryland School of Medicine suggest that significant community transmission occurred in band of northern hemisphere where temperatures were consistently between 5 to 11oC and relative humidity was 44% to 84%. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) reported similar findings showing that majority of cases have been recorded in countries within temperature range of 3 to 17oC. However, this does not necessarily indicate that higher temperature and humidity would lead to a decline in case count or viral transmission. According to World Health Organization, the SARS-CoV-2 virus can be transmitted in all areas, including areas with hot and humid weather. Hence, public health interventions play a significant role in controlling the spread of the virus.