People who test positive for coronavirus twice as likely to have eaten at restaurant: study
Saturday, 12 September 2020 ()
Indoor dining could put you at a higher risk for catching coronavirus Dining at your favorite restaurant could potentially put you at a higher risk for coronavirus. A new study conducted by US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says participants who contracted the virus reported sitting down at a restaurant within 14 days of testing positive. Read More: GOP senators...
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