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Space Weather and Genogeography Factors in the Development of the SARS-CoV-2 Virus Pandemia (pp. 133-135) $0.00
Authors:  M. V. Ragulskaya
Abstract:
Pandemics occur according to the epidemiology laws. However, in the early stages, there are additional of the space weather factors and characteristics of the population genetics. These factors can accelerate the development of a local epidemic, as well as increase its severity and mortality rate.
In the 20th century, influenza pandemics occurred at the maxima of solar activity, in the 19th and 21st centuries influenza pandemics were only at the maxima and minima of solar activity (Table 1). The current pandemic of the SARS-CoV-2 virus occurs during the general minimum solar activity (CA). The difference in the number of infectious diseases during the minimum and maximum of the 11-year cycle of SA is more than 25 million people in Russia.
Peculiarity of coronavirus pandemic is the significant variability in the number of deaths per 1 million people in different countries. The maximum mortality rates are observed in fairly prosperous countries with a high level of development and organization of medicine. The paradoxical difference in mortality requires a search for explanations that are not related to epidemiological measures and medical care in a particular country. The author aims to propose a few new risk factors in the pathogenesis of variations in mortality risk in various populations. 


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Space Weather and Genogeography Factors in the Development of the SARS-CoV-2 Virus Pandemia (pp. 133-135)