How Likely Are You to Get COVID-19 in 2020?

Is it safe?

This is the only question on our minds these days.

Recently, the Texas Medical Association (TMA) put out a chart ranking activities based on your risk of getting or spreading COVID-19.

You can see them below.

They are listed from safest to less safe. (One being the safest.)

  1. Opening the Mail (Low Risk)
  2. Pumping Gas
  3. Grocery Shopping
  4. Eating outside at a restaurant
  5. Going to the beach
  6. Swimming in a public pool
  7. Traveling on a plane
  8. Working out at a gym
  9. Going to a bar (High Risk)

 

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Interesting isn’t it?

Obviously…

Where you live or the amount of cases you have in your city, could make a difference as well.

And of course, your health…

Now, numbers in the US are up.

Beyond, minimizing your risk…

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The COVID-19 Curve Has Been Flattened  

Even though the COVID-19 mortality curve has been flattened, mainstream media outlets continue to push doomsday predictions of an impending explosion of deaths. The New York Times, for example, published articles July 21, and July 3, 2020, basically warning everyone to not get excited about plummeting mortality rates, as the trend could change at any moment.

STORY AT-A-GLANCE

  • Even though the COVID-19 curve has been flattened, mainstream media outlets continue to push doomsday predictions of an impending explosion of deaths
  • According to Stanford University’s disease prevention chairman Dr. John Ioannidis, the COVID-19 fatality rate for those under the age of 45 is “almost zero,” and between the ages of 45 and 70, it’s somewhere between 0.05% and 0.3%
  • So, the fact that young and middle-aged adults are testing positive in droves is not a warning sign of an impending onslaught of deaths, as the risk of death in these age groups is minuscule
  • According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the COVID-19 mortality — which had declined for the last 10 weeks straight — “is currently at the epidemic threshold,” meaning if it declines just a little more, COVID-19 will no longer be considered an epidemic
  • The sharp increases in “cases” are not proof of disease spread but, rather, the spread of testing

Read full article here

 

how likely are you to get covid-19 going to the beach