9. Bowling Alleys
Bowling alleys are places where tons of germs can be found — be it on the surface of the bowling balls or in the shoes that fellow bowlers share. Yes, that’s correct — coronavirus droplets can exist on footwear and shoelaces, too. According to an article published by Best Life, podiatrist Thomas F. Vail, DPM, says that “rented bowling shoes can be a host to several microorganisms.” So, take our advice and steer clear of the bowling alley for now.