Understanding Red Zone Restrictions
In red zones, where the situation is critical, stricter measures must be enacted because the number of cases is rapidly increasing. People in these zones must limit social contact as much as possible to prevent virus transmission. By applying all measures, we can fight COVID-19 more effectively.
Why are restaurants and bars considered high-risk places for spreading COVID-19? We usually gather in places like bars and restaurants to socialize with friends, family, and colleagues. In these places, we are often close to other people. Both talking and eating greatly increase the risk of virus transmission. Restrictive measures in red zones are meant to minimize close contact between people who do not live at the same address.
Why ban activities and audiences in public places?
Large gatherings are an opportunity for people to socialize, often in close proximity to one another. This can increase the risk of virus transmission. The ban on activities and audiences in public places in red zones is meant to minimize social contact between people who do not live at the same address.
No single measure is sufficient on its own.
The more we limit contact with other people, the sooner we can resume our activities.
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