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If You Absolutely Must Get Out Of The House, Here Are The Most Least Risky Things To Do In A Pandemic

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If You Absolutely Must Get Out Of The House, Here Are The Most Least Risky Things To Do In A Pandemic

If You Absolutely Must Get Out Of The House, Here Are The Most Least Risky Things To Do In A Pandemic

Despite the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, life is still going on, and people are still gathering together to do things.

Now, a HuffPost reports a new graphic has nicely laid out the relative risks of activities with respect to how likely they are to spread the virus.

The graphic, produced by Information Is Beautiful, sourced the information from 500 epidemiologists and experts quoted in the media.


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