Coronavirus risk: The 37 activities which could put YOU at risk of COVID-19…

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Coronavirus risk: The 37 activities which could put YOU at risk of COVID-19

DOCTORS have put together a list of everyday activities and ranked them on how ‘at risk’ they can make you to COVID-19.

By ALISS HIGHAMPUBLISHED: 15:04, Thu, Jul 16, 2020 | UPDATED: 15:04, Thu, Jul 16, 2020

Covid statistics

Low Risk

Opening the mail
Getting restaurant takeout
Pumping gasoline
Playing tennis
Going camping

Low to moderate risk

Grocery shopping
Going for a walk, run, or bike ride with others
Playing golf
Staying at a hotel for two nights
Sitting in a doctor’s waiting room
Going to a library or museum
Eating in a restaurant outdoors
Walking in a busy downtown
Spending an hour at a playground

Moderate Risk

Having dinner at someone else’s house
Attending a backyard barbecue
Going to a beach
Shopping at a mall
Sending kids to school, camp, or day care
Working a week in an office building
Swimming in a public pool
Visiting an elderly relative or friend in their home

Moderate to high risk

Going to a hair salon or barbershop
Eating in a restaurant (inside)
Attending a wedding or funeral
Traveling by plane
Playing basketball
Playing football
Hugging or shaking hands when greeting a friend

High risk

Eating at a buffet
Working out at a gym
Going to an amusement park
Going to a movie theatre
Attending a large music concert
Going to a sports stadium
Attending a religious service with 500+ worshipers
Going to a bar

https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/life/1307324/coronavirus-risk-activities-pubs-gyms-restaurants-risk-coronaviru

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