With Wisconsin's "Safer at Home" order struck down and Dane County's COVID-19 restrictions set to expire May 26, people will be able to resume more normal activities. But are they safe? Here are doctors' answers to frequently asked questions.
Q&A: What can I do to stay safe as Wisconsin reopens after COVID-19?
County parks and most state parks are open. Can I invite friends or family for a picnic?
What about neighborhood barbecues or potlucks?
Can I visit my elderly parents if they and I feel fine?
What about play dates for my children?
When Madison-area beaches open, will swimming be safe?
If I’m bicycling, jogging or hiking and the path becomes crowded, what should I do?
If restaurants open for on-site dining, is that safe? Is outdoor seating better?
Should I use disinfectant to wipe down groceries?
If hair salons open, is it risky to get a haircut?
If my gym reopens, should I exercise there?
What about getting my teeth cleaned?
My surgeon postponed my knee surgery earlier but now says I can have it. Should I?
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