The Texas Medical Associations COVID-19 Task Force and Committee on Infectious Diseases ranked 37 activities on a scale of 1-10.
The lowest threat activity, with a score of 1. Going to a bar?
With the coronavirus surging in a number of states, a group of Texas doctors has launched a ranked list on how dangerous particular activities are when it concerns contracting COVID-19.
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Joining going to a bar as the riskiest activities are attending a large show, going to a sports arena and participating in a religious service with more than 500 worshipers.
The committee said it ranked activities based upon input from its members under the presumption that individuals were taking as many safety preventative measures as they could. They likewise weighed whether the activities would be held indoors or outdoors and how numerous people would be included.
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The Texas Medical Association also just recently revealed that it was withdrawing as an advertiser from the Texas Republican Partys state convention in Houston later on this month following a surge in cases in the city.
“Since we are no longer marketing at the event, we advise the celebration to use our $5,000 to purchase masks for people who concern the convention without one,” Fite stated in a declaration on July 3.
Going grocery shopping was ranked only a little riskier, but getting a hairstyle, going and shaking hands to the health club all bring much higher danger, according to the list, which can be viewed here.
The groups president, Dr. Diana Fite, has actually been urging homeowners to maintain good hand-washing hygiene, avoid going out as frequently as possible, follow social distancing standards and wear face masks in public.
The most affordable danger activity, with a rating of 1. Going to a bar? High threat– scoring a 9.
The group is prompting its members to ask their clients to stick to social distancing standards and reduce contact with individuals from outside their own homes.
Other low-risk activities include getting takeout from a dining establishment, pumping gas, playing tennis or going outdoor camping. Each of those scored a 2.