The Sane Person’s Winter COVID Survival Guide | by Susie Bright | Oct, 2020 | Medium

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I love this article. Bright suggests a data driven framework for how we manage through the upcoming winter. Here in Minnesota everyone is concerned about how we are going to make it through a dark and cold, snowy winter without seeing people inside. This risk adjusted approach seems smart. I’ve been thinking about the pandemic as a risk budget, and we spend it. This article tells you how to spend that risk well.

HOW TO HAVE INDOOR PARTY

  1. Check your community transmission ratio. — Is it under 20 cases per 100,000 people? — Even better, under 10? You are in good shape. Let your guests know, too.

Don’t have indoor parties if you’re seeing ratios of more than 25 per 100k. Switch to outdoor gatherings and work on getting those numbers down as a community.

Read this. Read it again. Print it out. Reference it.

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