14 activities rated for COVID-19 risk

Beware — this all assumes compliance with masking and social distancing. Here’s a summary, but obviously read the New York Times article for details.

1. A BYOB backyard gathering with one other household: low to medium risk. ⚠️
2. Eating indoors at a restaurant: medium to high risk — “one of the riskiest things you can do. ⚠️🛑
3. Attending a religious service indoors: high risk. 🛑
4. Spending the day at a popular beach or pool: low risk — “as long as you can stay socially distanced”.
5. An outdoor celebration such as a wedding with more than 10 guests: medium to high risk. ⚠️🛑
6. Using a public restroom: low to medium risk — ventilation is the variable here. ⚠️
7. Letting a friend use your bathroom: low risk (turn the fan on).
8. Going to a vacation house with another family: low risk.
10. Getting a haircut: medium to high risk. ⚠️🛑
11. Going shopping at a mall: risk varies.
12. Going to a nightclub: high risk. 🛑
13. Going camping: low risk.
14. Exercising outdoors: low risk 👍

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