Risk Ranking Of Everyday Activities For COVID-19, According To An Infectious-Disease Expert

The risk of becoming exposed to the COVID-19 coronavirus increases in some cases and decreases in others. As more parts of the country start reopening during the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, Dr. Susan Hassig, an epidemiologist at Tulane University, shares how to think about managing the risk of everyday activities for yourself. She recommends analyzing situations by looking at the distance you will be able to maintain with others, the diversity of households in the area, and the duration of your activity and interactions. All of this can change if you are high risk or interacting with someone who is high risk, as even moderate situations can lead to major consequences.

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Risk Ranking Of Everyday Activities For COVID-19, According To An Infectious-Disease Expert

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