5 Places You Shouldn't Go Even If They're Open

Posted: Nov 23, 2020


With the United States well into a devastating COVID-19 surge, local and state governments are back to tightening restrictions, implementing curfews, and closing up businesses in hopes of slowing the spread of COVID-19. However, depending on where you live, it's possible that some of the riskiest places in terms of coronavirus transmission are still open. "Just because you can, doesn't mean you should," says Dr. Deborah Lee. Here are the 10 places you should avoid during the COVID surge, even if they are open, according to the experts. Read on, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.

  1. Cruise Ships: In fact, according to one CDC report, a staggering 800 cases and multiple deaths were linked to just three cruise ships early in the pandemic.
  2. Bars: Bars and nightclubs—where people congregate in close quarters and rarely mask up—are no-gos in Dr. Fauci's book. "Bars: really not good, really not good. Congregation at a bar, inside, is bad news. We really have got to stop that," he said in a June 30 Senate hearing. 
  3. Inside a Restaurant: While it is easy to stay safe while picking up takeout by masking up, social distancing, and practicing hand hygiene, indoor dining is risky. According to recent CDC data, dining indoors surrounded by others is one of the most dangerous activities in regard to COVID. 
  4. Theaters: According to Fauci it isn't going to be safe to visit a theater anytime soon. "I think it's going to be a combination of a vaccine that has been around for almost a year and good public-health measures. I would think by the time we get to the end of 2021 — maybe even the middle of 2021," he told Jennifer Garner during an Instagram interview. 
  5. Church, Temple, or Other Group Worshipping Locations: Even if religion is an important part of your life, Fauci suggests staying at home to worship. "Church events where people crowd together without masks" are risky for COVID-19 exposure because they are usually "indoor situations."

By Leah Groth
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