Has anyone recognized the significance of the recent development of COVID-19 in the farmed mink population around the world and the similarities of it to the first outbreak of COVID-19 in Wuhan involving bats. Mink are farmed in the cold to promote fur growth and their caged status results in very low metabolic rates which produces an almost constant state of below normal body temperature or hypothermia. The caged bats in the cold outdoor Wuhan markets were also likely hypothermic because of their inability to fly and produce heat from the high metabolic efforts of flight. Both animal groups were therefore likely hypothermic when fighting the zoonotic coronavirus and their immune systems might have been unable to handle their infections. This might put a new light on the fact that the vast majority of human COVID deaths around the world are mostly happening to sedentary seniors, diabetics and respiratory ventilator patients that all suffer a form of hypothermia in core body or lung temperatures. Workers in refrigerated conditions like the meat industry as well as colder seasonal temperatures are also likely causing people to experience some form of mild hypothermia that may be contributing to the second wave of COVID infections. Maybe it is time to investigate the idea that literally every aspect of COVID-19 has some form of hypothermia related to it while the people least affected by it are almost hyperthermic with their high metabolisms and ability to produce fevers. Surely that is worth a more positive approach to research than these constant efforts to disprove, redirect and misinterpret obvious clues.