Opening the mail, pumping gasoline and playing tennis are among the LEAST risky activities (short of just staying home) you can engage in without much fear of getting the COVID-19 virus. The Texas Medical Association recently released the graphic below showing a scale of activities and their related risk from 1 to 10, with 10 being the most risky.
If you engage in working out at a gym, going to an amusement park, the movies, music concert, sports event at a stadium or a large religious service with more than 500 worshippers, then you will be at the most high risk in getting COVID-19. The highest risk factor is going to a bar, according the graph below.
While the risk factors may be open to debate, the graph itself is a good point of reference to have if you are considering doing any of the activities outlined below. For us in Hawaii, going to the beach presents a level 5 risk of MODERATE.
You can download the PDF table from this link: DOWNLOAD PDF.