It seems that there is no safe place from the coronavirus these days, but some places and activities are definitely riskier than others. Wearing face masks, complying with social distancing guidelines, and washing your hands are still the most important rules to follow amid the coronavirus pandemic.
But there are still things you need or want to do, like going grocery shopping, getting a haircut or meeting with friends. How exposed are you to the novel coronavirus depending on the activities that you perform? “With most of these activities there is relative risk and it depends largely on two things: the environment and what you do in that environment. The thing that’s hard to control is what’s happening in the environment,” said infectious disease expert and MD Dr. Sandra Kesh. What activities are riskier or safer than others? We asked around and this is what we found out.