A LocalHooder, Velda Kwan came across this list below in a public space, which lists activities according to their risk level. As she thought it was useful, she spontaneously translated that into English for friends and LocalHooders who don't read Chinese. It's a handy reference in light of the 4th wave happening in HK now. Take a read…
Below is the translation of the list of 36 activities above ranked according to their risk.
Risk levels - 1 = low risk - 9 = very high risk
Risk Level 1: Mail deliveries/Courier
Risk Level 2: Food take out; gas station refilling; playing tennis, camping.
Risk Level 3: Going to supermarkets; group hiking, running, bicycling; playing golf
Risk Level 4: Staycation for 2 nights; doctors' waiting room; visiting museum and libraries etc.; window shopping during peak hours; public gardens/zoos;
Risk Level 5: BBQ parties; dinners at friends' homes; going to beaches; shopping centers;
Risk Level 6 - Sending kids to schools or daycare; working at offices; public pools, visiting friends/relatives;
Risk Level 7: Beauty and hair salons; going to restaurants; attending weddings/funerals, traveling and flying on planes; playing basket balls; footballs; shaking hands with ppl
Risk Level 8: Buffets; gyms; theme parks; cinemas and theatres;
Risk Level 9: Concert halls; sports centers; religious services/church; bars.
Stay safe, stay well and let’s beat Corona together!
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