Research institute warns climate change could induce 'strange' diseases

[09-08-2022 10:42 AM]

Ammon News - The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) has warned of the emergence of "strange" diseases in Germany as a result of climate change and rising temperatures.

Deutsche Welle (DW) reported on Monday that the head of the German RKI for Virus Research, Lothar Wieler, called in press statements today to prepare for the emergence of new diseases in Germany due to the high temperature, noting that the Institute seeks to educate doctors about the diseases amid calls for more research on the impact of climate change on diseases.

Wieler said climate change in Germany has led to the expansion of the vital habitats of mosquitoes and ticks, adding that species of mosquitoes and ticks can transmit bacterial and viral pathogens.

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