The coronavirus pandemic is far from over. In fact, some states have seen a rise in the number of coronavirus cases since reopening. Therefore, it’s best to play it safe and avoid places where you and your loved ones would be most at risk. Keep reading to learn which places you shouldn’t visit even if they have reopened.
Children are known for spreading germs among one another. So, it stands to reason, then, that areas like playgrounds are breeding grounds for germs. In fact, a 2018 HomeAdvisor.com study found nine million colony-forming units (CFUs) of bacteria per square inch on playground equipment like baby swings, rock walls, and seesaws! And, get this: the slides alone have about six million CFUs per square inch! That’s a lot of bacteria, and nothing to be taken lightly — especially while we’re still going through this pandemic.