“As state and local governments begin to allow businesses and public spaces to r”eopen, you might be having difficulty deciding when and where to venture out.
Though the rules and remaining restrictions differ by state, and even within them, The Washington Post asked three public health experts where they generally will — and won’t — go, how they’ll make those decisions and what precautions they’ll take against the novel coronavirus.
“Nothing is without risk,” said William Petri, a professor of infectious diseases at the University of Virginia School of Medicine. “But you can weigh the risks. . . . It’s going to be a series of judgment calls people will make every day.”
How are you thinking about when and where you’ll venture out?
All three said they’ll leave home more often only as covid-19 cases in their communities decline and continue to do so.”
Source: Where public health experts will — and won’t — go as businesses reopen amid coronavirus – The Washington Post