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A guide to where the biggest risks lie as lockdowns ease
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Michael Peel in Brussels and John Burn-Murdoch in London JUNE 10, 2020
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The lifting of lockdowns is posing an urgent question for people emerging warily back into society: where are they most at risk of contracting coronavirus?
The dangers vary greatly with activity and it is not always clear that members of the public, or indeed the authorities, are gauging the hazards accurately, say experts.
While there is no such thing as a safe way to come into contact with potentially infected people or environments, research points to some general principles to bear in mind.
— Lees op www.ft.com/content/2418ff87-1d41-41b5-b638-38f5164a2e94