Indoor dining? Airplane travel? Haircuts? Classroom learning? What’s the relative risk?

Indoor dining? Airplane travel? Haircuts? Classroom learning? What’s the relative risk?

Winter has come, the holidays are over and the COVID-19 pandemic continues. What activities are the riskiest, and which are relatively safe?

Advocate Aurora Health Executive Medical Director of Infectious Disease and Prevention Dr. Robert Citronberg appeared on CNBC this week to answer those very questions.

Watch the full video below.

 

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  1. The vaccine ball has been dropped on teachers!
    Getting vaccines out to teachers needs to be of top priority immediately. Why haven’t they been amongst the first to get
    vaccines? Everyone wants schools open and is pushing for in-person
    teaching without doing anything to protect teachers and the families they put at risk every day.
    The covid variant is here and will spread rapidly as it has elsewhere.
    Children are affected by this variant in much greater numbers.
    This is a dangerous situation and teachers and schools need to be prioritized immediately. Thank-you for your help.

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Adam Mesirow
Adam Mesirow

Adam Mesirow, health enews managing editor, is media relations director of Advocate Aurora Health. Securing high-profile media placements for more than a decade, he loves to tell a good story. Adam earned a Bachelor’s degree in Public Policy from the University of Michigan. He lives in Chicago and enjoys playing sports, reading TIME magazine and a little nonsense now and then.