To dissipate the aerosols responsible for the spread of SARS-CoV-2, it is essential to be in a ventilated place, i.e., outside or in a well-ventilated room with open windows. If it's cold, it's better to put on an extra sweater rather than grab the COVID-19 !
Did you know this? So far, only one case of cluster contamination has been identified that has taken place outdoors: it was a festival where there were tents with minimal ventilation during meals. The other cases of cluster contamination have taken place in closed places: sports halls, boats, restaurants, bars, hospitals, churches, etc. To find out more
Did you know that? The risk of transmission is much lower outdoors than indoors, as long as you keep distanced, because aerosols containing the coronavirus are dispersed in the atmosphere. However, even if the risk of contamination outdoors is low, it is not reduced to zero. Among 7,324 cases of COVID-19 described in China between January and February 2020, one case of transmission of the coronavirus outdoors where people were close by was described. To find out more about it