Can you camp in a campsite and not get sick?
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, this is actually possible.
The academy estimates that, on average, 1,300 people a year die of COVID-19 in the United States.
That number is only going to get worse in the coming months, and will likely continue to grow until there is nowhere left for anyone to stay in the country.
Camping in a tent is the next best thing.
Camping has been around for decades, but it has never been so popular.
The campground craze has led to more than 4.4 million campers living in the US alone, according to the National Park Service.
In the last couple of years, campers have also been able to camp in tents for the first time.
This trend is not going away.
With all the campsites, there will always be one more thing for the tent to catch fire.
The National Park System says that, if there is no tent available, people will have to leave their tent for a few minutes and walk around.
“It’s like a mini campfire,” said Emily Tinsley, a ranger at Yellowstone National Park, adding that campers should make sure to have plenty of blankets, water, and a fire extinguisher if necessary.
Tinsley says that tents can be a good place to stay during the summer months, because the heat will not be as unbearable.
“When you’re in the heat, you’re going to feel your body temperature go up, but you don’t want to have a temperature of 120 degrees when you’re out in the park,” she said.
“If you’re camping in a park, we’ve seen people go up to 120 degrees, but that’s because there is a shelter there, and they want to be outside.”