3:50PM Jun 4, 2020
Now contrast that with singing in a church choir. That's really high risk. Very, very high risk. Because you're indoors. We have lots of people, many of them are older and singing aerosolized his viral particles, so singing specifically to An ad takes a virus that usually spreads a little bit and allows it to spread a lot. And so we have a long history of big outbreaks inquires not just of this disease, but measles and tuberculosis, and now this disease as well. So that I wouldn't say to people don't sing in a choir. I say that to my mother, because she's 90 and she's not singing in choirs. But if somebody said, you know, we're all fully informed, we're adults, we want to go sing in this choir, we might or might not use face masks, we understand it the risk, but it's so important to our lives. That's that's their right. That's their choice. They should understand that. If they become infected, it may be not just them, but other people they're endangering. So we would discourage activity that would spread it widely work.