The warm summer months have given us a slight advantage in the fight to slow the spread of COVID-19. Being able to dine outdoors, visit at a distance outdoors, and enjoy time in parks and wilderness all have let us use open spaces and fresh air to thwart transmission of the virus.

But now colder weather is on the horizon and we’re headed back indoors where our risk goes up.

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