Gyms may be a particularly risky place for getting the coronavirus. A pair of CDC studies show many people got the virus during indoor fitness classes despite social distancing and capacity rules.
Published: 2021-02-25 04:46 pm
CDC Says Physical Distancing Is Not Enough To Stop The Spread Of Coronavirus In Gyms
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Gyms may be a particularly risky place for getting the coronavirus. A pair of CDC studies show many people got the virus during indoor fitness classes despite social distancing and capacity rules.

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