Ice skating outdoors is low risk with Covid-19 pandemic, just avoid this
From manufactured rinks in city parks, to lengthy swaths of iced-over rivers, Canada’s outdoor public skating spaces may prove popular during the first full winter of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Health experts say that’s a good thing, as skating outdoors offers opportunity for socialization and exercise. And it poses relatively low risk of coronavirus transmission.
So go ahead and lace up those skates, they say, but be mindful of a couple caveats.
Risk goes up if those outdoor ice surfaces …