Predicting the next pandemic with weather and disease data

Imagine having a monitoring system, like our weather forecasting system seen here, that can combine weather and infectious disease data to predict when the next potential epidemic might occur. — Filepic

The frequency of extreme weather events, like tropical storms, floods and storms, has increased in Asia and around the world in recent decades.

When these storms emerge, experts use data to better pinpoint when and where they will land, giving people time to prepare or evacuate.

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