Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases — and a person whom the CDC looks to for guidance on COVID-19 rules — has a list of things you need to do, as well as places you shouldn’t go, until the pandemic is over.

From bars and restaurants to planes, trains and cars with closed windows, to gyms, family gatherings inside your own home, or even crowded situations outdoors, Fauci and the CDC say you shouldn’t go to these places.

However, a more detailed list of 35 places not to go includes outdoor activities such as hiking or simply taking a walk, the reason being you might come in contact with a stranger who give you the virus if you’re not wearing a face mask and at standing or walking at least 6 feet away from them.

Other advice: Only gas up your car at a station that isn’t busy, and when you do, be sure to use disinfecting wipes on the handles and buttons before you touch them. Also, avoid farmers markets, kids’ playgrounds and crowded swimming pools, and several other common, public areas.

On the other hand, until the pandemic is over, you should continue to mask up, wash your hands and social distance.

“This article is excerpted from blogs.mercola.com”