From Camping To Dining Out: Here's How Experts Rate The Risks Of 14 Summer Activities
Experts rate the risk of 14 activities, including: 🔹a backyard gathering with one other household ➡️ low to medium risk 🔹eating indoors at a restaurant ➡️ medium to high risk 🔹attending a religious service indoors ➡️ high risk
From Camping To Dining Out: Here's How Experts Rate The Risks Of 14 Summer Activities
Summer is here! We’re ready to get out of the house. But what's safe? Here's a great article from on how experts think about the risks. And you can evaluate your own risk by considering these 5 things. (1/x)
Very helpful article, and they lucked out with some very concise and colorful epidemiologists
Need some quick info (for yourself or others) about which activities are most likely to get you sick?
Epidemiologists and infectious disease scientists rate the risk of summer activities Low risk: Going to beach or pool with distancing, camping, exercising outdoors Medium-ish risk: Staying at hotel, getting haircut High risk: Nightclub, a full church
Helpful for thinking about how to plan for summer.
Please be safe this summer! From Camping To Dining Out: Here's How Experts Rate The Risks Of 14 Summer Activities
An epidemiologist on highest-risk activities: “The MORE TIME you spend and the CLOSER IN SPACE you are to any infected people, the higher your risk. Interacting with MORE PEOPLE raises your risk, and INDOOR places are riskier than outdoors.” [caps mine]
The desire to go out is real — but so is the risk you're taking. Experts have rated these 14 summer activities from low to high risk: 📈 Indoor religious service: high risk 📉 Going to the pool: low risk 📈 Getting a haircut: medium to high risk
Some practical advice from ID docs and epidemiologists including yours truly! From Camping To Dining Out: Here's How Experts Rate The Risks Of 14 Summer Activities
Remarkably similar to the Dara Kass Scale for Safer Gathering Is It Safe To Go To The Beach? Camp? Eat Out? Here's How To Evaluate The Risks : Shots - Health News : NPR
Trying to figure out which activities you can do safely right now, and which ones are bad ideas? We asked the experts! Turns out you can probably let your friend use your bathroom.
Two of my favorites in one news story: ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ Evaluate The Risks : Shots - Health News : NPR
Ways to evaluate the risk of various activities: Is It Safe To Go To The Beach? Camp? Eat Out? Here's How To Evaluate The Risks : Shots - Health News
This is the best article I've seen yet for thinking through risk of different types of summer activities. If you can't stay home, stick to low-risk activities.
Excellent breakdown of how risk of COVID transmission varies across different settings. Bonus: getting advice from !
From Camping To Dining Out: Here's How Experts Rate The Risks Of 14 Summer Activities
Whether you're thinking to yourself: "how can I have a 'normal' summer while still following the rules," or if you're trying to help your kids find that balance—this article from is really helpful for assessing the risks of summer activities.
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This is helpful! Especially with this gorgeous weather
“We can think of transmission risk with a simple phrase: time, space, people, place.” #COVID__19 transmission depends on time spent with someone, distance from that person, number of people, and indoors vs out. Love this practical advice!
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Nothing super novel in here but a good guide to which activities are high and low risk
Is It Safe To Go To The Beach? Camp? Eat out? “We can think of transmission risk with a simple phrase: time, space, people, place," explains Dr. William Miller, an epidemiologist at Ohio State University.
Thread on these recent DIY articles on how to keep yourself safe(r) in the time of the pandemic. On the face of it, these articles are helpful, right? They also give us a sense of control. 1/
Is It Safe To Go To The Beach? Camp? Eat Out? Here's How To Evaluate The Risks : Shots - Health News : NPR
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and, in all seriousness, this is a really good summary of the risk
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From Camping To Dining Out: Here's How Experts Rate The Risks Of 14 Summer Activities