Best Activities to get COVID-19 Ranked
The Texas Medical Association has produced an extremely helpful chart of risks ranked from 1 to 10 in order of low to high risk. I feel that we will get out of this crisis and recover our economy through collaboration and commonsense. As we re-open this list will help everyone decide which activities put
them more at risk and what level of caution they should take
to engage in those activities.
Low risk (1 to 3): Opening mail, riding a bake, going for a
walk in a quiet neighborhood, grocery shopping, getting
restaurant take out, pumping gas, visiting a library or
Medium risk (4 to 6): Dinner at someone else's house,
walking in a busy downtown, swimming at a public pool,
staying in a hotel for two nights, going to the beach.
High Risk (7 to 9): Going to a bar or a church service with
more than 500 worshippers; visiting an amusement park or zoo,
traveling by plane, playing basketball or football, eating at a buffet, working out at a gym.
Sitting in a waiting room is listed a risk factor of 4, I feel at our office this minimized because we require everyone to wear a mask (until we begin treatment, of course).
You can see the chart for yourself at texmed.org/TexasMedicineDetai l .aspx?id=53977
If you have questions about this list or about your next
dental appointment give us a call.
Be Safe, wash your hands, and watch out for each other.
Dental Care of Canby
333 N.W. 3rd Avenue
Canby, OR 9710