Health experts have categorised various activities people can engage in according to the levels of risk they pose in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
A total of 36 activities are ranked on a scale of 1-10, with 10 being with highest risk and 1 being low risk.
The 10 highest-risk activities include bars, buffets, stadiums, gyms, amusement parks, churches, basketball, public pools, casinos, and restaurants with indoor seating arrangement.
The team of these experts also includes Pakistani-origin Dr S Nasir Husain, the medical director for infection prevention at the Henry Ford Macomb Hospital and an alumnus of the Dow Medical College.
Other three are Dr Matthew D Sims, the director of infectious diseases research at the Beaumont Hospital in Michigan’s Royal Oak, Dr Dennis Cunningham, the medical director for infection prevention at the McLaren Health Care Corporation, and Dr Mimi Emig, a retired infectious disease specialist with Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids.