Updated August 26, 2020
An article about renting yurts quotes Thomas A. Russo, MD, professor of medicine and chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases. “You would like one that has optimal ventilation, but if you’re within your social bubble, the ventilation probably isn’t an issue. Where it becomes an issue is if you’re interacting with people outside of your social bubble and if it’s poorly ventilated. That’s problematic. I would still wear a mask in that situation,” he said.