In the summer, human habits change, even if the temperature doesn’t. Both workers and visitors may end up bringing in more bacteria as a result of an increase in outdoor activities. Although this wasn’t proven in this study, there was a higher incidence of strains suspected to be community-acquired rather than resident in the hospital. Another option was due to a lack of staff. Summertime means vacation and hospitals may find themselves short staffed. Those who are left to perform all the tasks might forsake infection prevention and control guidelines. Sadly, this wasn’t tested for its validity.