French researchers warn of virus risk from eating out

Spending time in a bar or restaurant increases the risk of catching Covid-19, French researchers said Thursday, while having guests over for dinner also plays a key role in transmission. The latest study adds to evidence that socialising and eating out are far more dangerous than other activities such as using public transport or shopping.  It comes as Europe and the Unites States in particular are grappling with surging infection rates and the start of a holiday season normally characterised by parties and family get-togethers. Researchers from France’s Institut Pasteur sought to find out whi…

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