11. Water Fountains
According to virologist Angela Rasmussen, who works at the Center for Infection and Immunity at Columbia University, water fountains may soon become a thing of the past. “We don’t have any data about how long the virus remains infectious on water fountains,” Rasmussen told The New York Times. “But, given their proximity to other people’s mouths and noses, I would say you should not [drink from them].”
So, for those of you who go jogging or running on a regular basis, you may want to bypass those public water fountains and bring a bottle of water with you instead.