Adults with COVID-19 twice as likely to have dined at a restaurant: study

If you eat out, coronavirus could be on the menu.

People infected with COVID-19 around the US are twice as likely as people who are uninfected to have dined at a restaurant in the past two weeks, a new study has found.

Researchers questioned patients from 10 states about their recent activities — including whether they had gone to a bar, gym, salon or a house of worship — and they found a large number of the sick had eaten out.

“Adults with confirmed COVID-19 … were approximately twice…

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