All of us have had enough of the Corona. Many of us are mostly staying home allowing ourselves only selected activities/contact with the outside. But which of these activites/contacts are riskier than the other?
A LocalHooder, @Velda Kwan, came across a list of social activities that we in Hong Kong usually do, according to their risk level which she spontaneously translated that into English. It's a useful and handy reference in light of the present new Corona wave in HK. 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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