#AceHealthReport – July.08: The Texas Medical Association, which is made up of 53,000 physicians and medical students across the state, released the list that ranks how risky an activity is regarding #COVID19 on a scale of one to 10:
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According to the list, going to a bar, attending a religious service with 500 plus people or going to a large music concert or sports event are the most high risk activities for exposure to #coronavirus
Visiting a movie theater, amusement park, a gym or eating at a buffet follow closely behind.
Hugging or shaking hands with a friend falls into the moderate-high risk category.
Also in that category is traveling on a plane, going to a wedding or funeral, visiting a hair salon or barber and eating inside a restaurant.
At the other end of the scale, opening the mail, getting takeout and pumping gas are considered low risk.
Grocery shopping, sitting in a doctor’s waiting room, eating at an outdoor restaurant and spending an hour at a playground would be a low-moderate risk, according to the list.
The medical professionals who compiled the list ranked each activity based on the ability to social distance.
#AceHealthDesk report ………………Published: July.08: 2020: