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Be Informed:
Know Your Risk During COVID-19

The Texas Medical Association COVID-19 Task Force and Committee on Infectious Diseases which is made up of 53,000 physicians and medical students across the state, created a chart which ranks activities on their risk level on a scale of one to 10.

Going to a bar, attending a religious service with more than 500 worshippers or attending large music concert are the most high risk categories. Followed closely by eating at a buffet, working out at a gym, going to the movie theater. Going to a beach, shopping at a mall, swimming in a public pool, attending a backyard barbecue are considered to be a moderate risk.

According to the list, low to moderate risk social activities includes grocery shopping, playing golf, eating in a restaurant (outside), staying at a hotel for two nights.

Considered low risk is pumping your own gasoline, getting restaurant takeout, opening the mail, camping and playing tennis.

The medical professionals who compiled the list ranked each activity based on a 2-metre (6 feet) social distance between yourself and others.

As of July 10th, the U.S. has topped 3.1 million cases total and recorded 135,000 deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic. Canada has reported 107,000 cases and 8,750 deaths from the virus. To date, worldwide there are 12.3 million reported cases and 555,000 people have died from COVID-19.

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