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San Francisco, here are the 5 places you need to avoid so you don't get Covid. #4 might surprise you.

Geoffrey Greer

Don't release the beast quite yet.

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With Covid cases plummeting and the vaccine rollout cranking, you might be inclined to start taking risks.

Not so fast!

Here are the five places that you need to avoid.

1. Gyms

Gyms are super limited during Covid, so you will not have the typical workout experience. Nevertheless, many people are going to the gym and some gyms are breaking the law by being open when they should be closed.

Going to the gym is a risky event. Everyone in the gym is breathing heavily and that's how Covid spreads! It's one of the most dangerous things you can do.

2. Hairdressers

Nancy Pelosi was caught going to an indoor hair saloon in violation of the stay at home rules. Don't let that happen to you.

A hairdresser sees ten people a day. And that interaction is close and personal. If any one of the customers has Covid, the hairdresser may get it as well. And when you go to the hairdresser, you will get it too.

3. Indoor gatherings

Watch out for the Super Bowl this weekend. Super Bowl parties typically involve lots of eating and yelling at the TV. And the party goes on for at least half a day. If there are people in the room with you who have Covid during a Super Bowl party, the likelihood that you will get it is very high.

4. Night clubs

You want to go to a nightclub because you want to get sweaty with other people. You are tired and bored of staying at home and watching the boob tube.

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But aren't they all closed? Yes, they are but guerrilla nightclubs exist. And you should absolutely not, under any conditions, go to one.

5. Bars

Bars are where people go to get drunk and argue. Not the best place to be if you are trying to avoid Covid.

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