The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is encouraging Americans to wear outdoor clothing that’s less likely to spread the virus.
The CDC’s guidelines call for wearing only cotton or polyester clothing with no lining.
It also recommends using sunscreen, masks, and goggles to protect against the virus, and staying indoors during cold weather.
The agency says wearing the outer layers of clothing will help reduce the likelihood of getting the virus through the skin and to reduce the chance of exposure to others.
Here are some other recommendations:Stay indoors during daylight hours.
In the summertime, people who live in colder climates are especially vulnerable to the spread and spread of the coronaviruses.
The virus is most likely to be transmitted to people who work outdoors, such as firefighters, police officers, and others in cold weather situations.
In areas where people live in cold climates, wearing a jacket or raincoat will help keep your temperature down and make it harder for the virus to spread.
Avoid outdoor play outdoors.
The CDC recommends that adults aged 18 and older avoid outdoor play.
The advice applies to anyone who is at risk for exposure to the virus while outdoors.
For those who are at greater risk, the CDC recommends people should stay indoors and be physically active.
The recommendation does not apply to older adults.