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Coming Sunday: Know your COVID risk

An online location-based tool can assess a person's risk of exposure to someone with the coronavirus.

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A map from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday, July 30, 2021, shows the rate of community transmission in each county. Crow Wing and Aitkin counties now have substantial spread, while in Morrison County, transmission is considered high. Screenshot / Chelsey Perkins

Want to meet someone at a restaurant to share a meal? More than food might be shared if it is attended by two or more, so how does one know how safe it is to gather and where?

Learn more about a location-based online COVID-19 risk assessment and planning tool in Sunday’s Tech Savvy column by Frank Lee.

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