Let’s give people the tools to understand that the riskiness of social activities lies on a spectrum.
We are staring quarantine fatigue in the face. We need new guidance--and policies--to meet this challenge. 1/
* Outdoors is less risky than indoors.
* Small groups are less risky than large groups.
* Simply passing by someone is less risky than sustained contact
So let’s give people the tools to understand that risk is a *spectrum.* 8/
That means offering options that are less risky than crowded house parties--like safe plans for opening beaches and park sprinklers this summer (as long as we continue to reduce the rate of new infections). 12/