COVID Risk Assessment

Be Informed: Check Out Your Risk of Doing Daily Activities Concerning COVID-19

The Texas Medical Association COVID-19 Task Force and Committee on Infectious Diseases have created a chart  ranking activities by risk-level for COVID-19. They worked from the supposition that no matter the activity, people took as many safety precautions as possible.
Click on the chart below for a printable version. Share this with family and friends, post it on your social media accounts and on your refrigerator, and display it in your office.
Remember: No matter what you do, it is best to stay home, if possible. Wear a mask and maintain at least six feet of distance when you have to go out. Wash your hands regularly but, if you’re unable to, make sure to use hand sanitizer.
Find other tools, resources, and information on TMA’s COVID-19 resource page, which is continuously updated.
COVID Risk Assessment Chart
 
 

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