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What We Know (and Don’t) About Catching Covid-19 Outdoors

Everyone says outdoors is safer. Here’s why.

People enjoy an afternoon at Brooklyn’s Brighton Beach on May 24, 2020 in New York City. Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

While cases of Covid-19 surge to new highs nationwide, responsible outdoor activities are being encouraged. From California to New York, states and cities are shutting down indoor dining (or keeping it closed) while allowing outdoor service and keeping beaches and parks open, too. Governors…




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Robert Roy Britt

Robert Roy Britt

Independent health & science journalist writing motivationally about the science of physical health & mental wellness. Former editor-in-chief of LiveScience.

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