Is it Possible to Safely Dine Out during COVID-19?

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Is restaurant dining really as dangerous as some studies are claiming? Infectious disease epidemiologist Dr. Monica Gandhi shares that you can’t wear a mask when you’re eating and drinking – and indoor settings are riskier than outdoor settings. The restaurant industry is getting crushed by the pandemic and what is going to happen when things get colder? Restaurant industry analyst David Henkes shares most restaurants take important precautions but the industry won’t bounce back until years after there is a vaccine.

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