What to do for summer fun

As we approach the end of the school year and stay at home order( thank goodness) a lot of people are wondering….what to do this summer?  It’s tough because if you have kids like we do, you need to stay active but most summer activities involve other people which can be dangerous.  Obviously at this point summer concerts and festivals have been cancelled along with sporting events, but what about the beach?  Camping? Dinner out or a weekend getaway?  Are any of these things going to be safe?  According to an epidemiologist from Ohio State University, no outing has zero risk, but you can determine what’s good for you and your family with this simple formula- Time, Space, People, Place.  The more time you spend and the closer in space you are with infected people, the higher your risk.  That makes sense right?  So here is a breakdown of 14 summer activities and their level of risk so that you can figure out what your summer will look like 🙂

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