By now you probably have a good idea of which activities pose a greater risk catching COVID-19, so this might have been easy.
The Texas Medical Association COVID-19 Task Force and Committee on Infectious Diseases have created a chart that ranks activities on their risk level for COVID-19. The levels are based on input from the physician members of the task force and the committee, who worked from the assumption that – no matter the activity – participants were taking as many safety precautions as they can.
And remember that no matter what we do, it’s best if we stay home if possible, wear a mask and maintain at least 6 feet of distance when we have to go out, and above all practice safe hand hygiene.
Remember the board game Risk, where the goal was basically to take over the world?
Well, let’s play Risk COVID-19, in which you try to guess which activities put people more at risk for contracting the coronavirus that causes the disease.
- Spending an hour at a playground or grocery shopping?
- Going to a beach or going camping?
- Working a week in an office building or staying two nights in a hotel?
- Going to a hair salon/barbershop or visiting a library/museum?
- Going to a bar or sitting in a doctor’s waiting room?
Download the chart in pdf form here: