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COVID-19 has redefined risky behaviour. So how do we know what’s more risky: getting a haircut, eating inside a restaurant, travelling by plane or shaking someone’s hand?

Here’s the complete list, from lowest to highest risk*:

Low Risk:

Opening the mail Getting restaurant takeout Pumping gasoline Playing tennis Going camping

Low-Moderate Risk:

Staying at a hotel for two nights Sitting in a doctor’s waiting room Going to a library or museum Eating in a restaurant (outside) Walking in a busy downtown Spending an hour at a playground Having dinner at someone else’s house Attending a backyard barbecue Going to a beach Shopping at a mall Sending kids to school, camp, or day care Working a week in an office building Swimming in a public pool Visiting an elderly relative or friend in their home

Moderate-High Risk:

Going to a hair salon or barbershop Eating in a restaurant (inside) Attending a wedding or funeral Travelling by plane Playing basketball Playing football Hugging or shaking hands when greeting a friend

High Risk:

Eating at a buffet Working out at a gym Going to an amusement park Going to a movie theatre Attending a large music concert Going to a sports stadium Attending a religious service with 500-plus worshippers Going to a bar

* Source: Hartford HealthCare

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