7. Public Pools
Going to the pool has been a summertime tradition for many years now. And, while you think it might be safe to dive in because of the chlorine, you might want to think again. Yes, chlorine is thought to kill the coronavirus, but if an infected person shows up to a public pool, anything they touch will be contaminated. And, “it would be hard to get in and out of the pool without touching anything or interacting with another person,” Roberta Lavin, a professor of medicine at the University of Tennessee’s College of Nursing, told U.S. Masters Swimming, according to an article published by Best Life.