Even though he believes we’ll still be battling the novel coronavirus in the fall, Dr. Fichtenbaum is hopeful that numbers will be at the level we’re seeing right now and won’t be any higher.
“I think that’s realistic because I think we’ll be able to control a little bit of the spread of this so that it doesn’t get out of control,” he said.
Traveling brings with it the risk of both the traveler and the people they encounter being exposed to the virus. For this reason, Dr. Fichtenbaum cautions anyone thinking about holiday travel (or fall travel in general) to be cognizant of exposures to other people and places in the time leading up to travel. He also suggests limiting exposure by opting to travel by car, if possible.
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