CNRS UFC
Connection Calendar

Results & Uses > Articles in the spotlight

Impacts of environmental factors on the Covid pandemic 19

Lotfi Aleya, Professor of Biology at the University of Franche-Comté, is the author of several articles on the close links between the environment and the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lotfi Aleya recently published the article, Environmental factors and the epidemics of COVID-19, in the journal Environmental Science and Pollution Research, on the impacts of environmental factors on the Covid-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 has affected every corner of the world, this publication assesses the many environmental factors that may have an impact on the spread and magnitude of the COVID-19 pandemic. The approval and widespread use of COVID-19 vaccines has not yet ended the pandemic. With the emergence of different variants of SARS-CoV-2, COVID-19 is likely to coexist with humans for a long time, just like influenza. In the battle against COVID-19, humanity has achieved some initial victories with vaccines and treatments, but continued efforts are needed to completely eradicate this new threat to humanity at the individual, environmental and global levels.

Aleya L., Gu W. & Howard S. Environmental factors and the epidemics of COVID-19. Environ Sci Pollut Res 28, 40308-40310 (2021).

Other publications by L. Aleya on COVID-19

1. Toward a Country-Based Prediction Model of COVID-19 Infections and Deaths Between Disease Apex and End: Evidence From Countries With Contained Numbers of COVID-19. In Frontiers in Medicine

2. nCOVID-19 Pandemic: From Molecular Pathogenesis to Potential Investigational Therapeutics. In Front. Cell Dev. Biol.

3. A cost-effective plan for global testing - an infection rate stratified, algorithm guided, multiple-level, continuously pooled testing strategy. In Science of The Total Environment

4. COVID-19 vaccine: Call for employees in international transportation industries and international travelers as the first priority in global distribution. In the journal Open Medicine

5. COVID-19: a new emerging respiratory disease from the neurological perspective. In Environmental Science and Pollution Research

6. Artificial intelligence as a fundamental tool in management of infectious diseases and its current implementation in COVID-19 pandemic. In Environmental Science and Pollution Research

7. Association between population density and infection rate suggests the importance of social distancing and travel restriction in reducing the COVID-19 pandemic. In Environmental Science and Pollution Research

8. Hydroxychloroquine in COVID-19: therapeutic promises, current status, and environmental implications. In Environmental Science and Pollution Research

9. Genetic Diversity of SARS-CoV2 and Environmental Settings: Possible Association with Neurological Disorders. In Molecular Neurobiology

published on , updated on