The car may be the safest mode of transportation amid the coronavirus pandemic.
However, there are still things you need to do to stay in your car.
A biology professor at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth told Good Morning America this week that getting into a car is one of the riskiest things to do during the pandemic.
According to the CDC, the two things to do when you get in the car:
1. Turn off the recirculation button.
2. Lower your car windows for optimal ventilation.
In addition, the CDC recommends wearing a mask, practicing hand hygiene after the ride as well as avoiding touching surfaces.
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