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What do you need to know about outdoor transmission of the coronavirus?
The risk of catching coronavirus outdoors is very low. Yet new pandemic restrictions in Ontario ban most outdoor sports and gatherings. An infectious diseases doctor debunks myths about outdoor transmission - and explains why being outside is much safer than being inside, and what you can do to reduce your risk even further. Listen now.
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