The corona-virus pandemic isn’t going away anytime soon. As states and businesses open back up and life tries to carry on, it can be tricky to determine what activities and events are safe and what’s worth skipping. This can feel frustrating, confusing, and strange as the allure of a normal world seems to be at our fingertips, but we cannot let our guard down.
We’ve compiled some resources for residents to consider when weighing the risk of a particular activity. These have been developed based on what is known to experts. There are no hard or fast rules, each person’s situation will be different. Take these as suggestions not absolutes. And, Please continue to be safe and stay healthy.
- Suggestions from the CDC on how best to be safe when running errands and going out.
- The Cleveland Clinic suggests considering time, space, and people when determining the risk of an activity.
- An article from The Washington Post asked three public health experts on how to make decisions on where to go and not go.