NPR: Experts Rate The Risks Of 14 Summer Activities

NPR: Experts Rate The Risks Of 14 Summer Activities
There is no such thing as zero-risk right now. When deciding what is safe it can be useful to think about risks the way experts do. Risk increases: as more time is spent near potentially infected people; as distance decreases from potentially infected people; as the number of people interacting increases. Indoor places are riskier than outdoor places.

Low Risk
● Exercising outdoors
● Spending the day at a popular beach or pool
● Letting a friend use your bathroom
● Going to a vacation house with another family
● Going camping
Low to Medium Risk
● BYOB backyard gathering with one other household
● Using a public restroom
● Staying at a hotel
Risk Varies
● Going shopping at a mall
Medium to High Risk
● Eating indoors at a restaurant
● Outdoor celebration (e.g. wedding) with over 10 guests
● Getting a haircut
High Risk
● Going to a nightclub
● Attending a religious service indoors
  
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