A biology professor at UMass DartMouth Erin Bromage, is giving out guidelines for those who care about their safety during this year’s 4th of July celebration.
With the Coronavirus still very much around, and the fourth of July here to be celebrated today, he gave the bottom line as “Keep your distance, keep it outside, wash your hands often, wear a mask when you can distance”
In addition to it, he said:
. Limit the number of guests at your barbecue and keep it outside
.Go to the beach if you can space out from others but leave if it's jam-packed
.When watching fireworks, don't congregate too closely to others and wear a mask