Now that things are starting to slowly re-open in Connecticut and New York State, we're sure your wondering what are your risk levels of catching COVID-19 from basic social activities.

With the re-opening starting, I'm sure a lot of you are wondering what's the risk of catching the virus from some basic social activities that we will all be doing again soon.

Thanks to Dr. Susan Hassig, an associate professor of epidemiology at the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine in New Orleans, and according to businessinsider.com, we have a list that starts with the highest risk activities, all the way to the lowest risk activities.

Just keep in mind that by nature certain activities are riskier than others. Remember the guidelines, wearing a mask, and keeping at least 6 feet from others. These two things can play a very big factor, and can alter your risk significantly.

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