• Getting fresh air and being outside is good for your immune system and will likely lower your risk of catching COVID.
  • Heat and humidity decrease the time the virus stays alive, so the virus is less likely to spread outdoors than in enclosed, indoor spaces.
  • Coronavirus is unlikely to spread in water, but you could still catch it on commonly touched surfaces, like pool railings, lounge chairs, and tables.
  • Contact sports are risky and not recommended, but other sports that allow for social distancing, like tennis with marked balls, are good options.