How to use an umbrella to protect yourself from golfing’s deadliest disease
The world has not seen an outbreak of coronavirus like this one since it first hit the United States, but in some parts of the country it is already too late.
Golfers and their families are being forced to evacuate their homes.
In many places, golf courses are being closed down.
But in the Pacific Northwest, golfers can use a golf umbrella to stay safe from the virus.
“We are still at a very low risk,” said Matt Burt of the Oregon Health Authority.
“But we are starting to see an increase in the number of people that are going to be leaving and heading back home, and there are some people that may be going back in with their kids.”
In Washington state, golf balls are being used to protect the public from the disease.
In Portland, the only official golf course to be shut down this week was the Emerald City Course in Beaverton.
It is now back open.
But in many places the only option is to travel and risk your life.
That’s because the coronaviral pandemic is still active.
In the U.S., coronaviruses have killed more than 3,300 people.
So far this year, there have been more than 6,300 deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
In some parts, the virus has been isolated in just a few people.
But it has killed dozens of people in China, Malaysia, Vietnam, Japan, India and other places.
“There are some who have contracted this virus, and the virus is still circulating,” said Burt.
“So we have to be very careful that we’re not putting the entire population at risk.”
If you have a golf bag, take it with you and protect yourself, said Oregon Health Officer Dr. Brian Brown.
In a survey, more than 80% of golfers said they take their golf bags with them when they go out to play.