On April 3, the Centers For Disease Control announced a new recommendation: that all Americans wear cloth face masks in public to slow the spread of the coronavirus. In most parts of the country, it’s still considered safe to walk and run outside as long as you stay six feet away from others at all times. But what do the new face mask guidelines mean for outdoor runners and walkers? According to Steven Mayer, MD, a sports medicine physician at Northwestern Medicine Running Medicine Clinic, it means you may have to cover your nose and mouth before you hit the pavement.
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