Brits are itching to get back to their normal lives after months of tight restrictions.

Now in its 15th week of lockdown, the UK has started easing its rules and has more recently allowed bars, restaurants, theatres and hairdressers to reopen.

However many people are still concerned about returning to these venues with fears of spreading or catching Covid-19.

The question remains - just how likely is it to contract Covid-19?

Now, doctors at Texas Medical Association (TMA) have put together a handy list of all the everyday activities that put you at the highest risk of catching the virus, as reported by the Mirror.

They explained: “Ranked by physicians from the TMA COVID-19 Task Force and the TMA Committee on Infectious Diseases.

“Please assume that participants in these activities are following currently recommended safety protocols when possible.”

The list breaks activities up into five risk groups, ranging from low risk to high risk.

At the bottom end of the scale, the doctors suggest that getting a takeaway, opening your post, playing tennis and going camping should be seen as low risk activities.

Meanwhile, grocery shopping, going for a walk or fun, staying at a hotel for two nights, and spending an hour at a playground are listed as ‘low to moderate risk’ activities.

Going to the beach, shopping at a mall, having dinner at someone else’s house and attending a BBQ are classed as moderate risk.

In the ‘moderate to high risk’ category, the doctors have included going to a hair salon or barbershop, eating in a restaurant, attending a wedding and hugging a friend.

Finally, the doctors suggest that eating at a buffet, working out at a gym, going to the cinema, attending a religious service with 500+ worshippers and going to a bar should be seen as high risk activities.

The full list

To reduce your risk of coronavirus during any activity, make sure you regularly wash your hands with soap and water or hand sanitiser.

Dr Simran Deo at UK-based online doctor, Zava UK, said: “If you’re planning a trip to the pub the safest thing to do is to stay outdoors, but whether indoors or out you should try to stay at least one metre away from anyone you don’t live with.

“Remain seated at your allocated table as much as possible to help prevent crowding in corridors and shared areas.

“And if you’re planning to eat, make sure you wash your hands or use hand sanitiser before and afterwards.

“Don’t share your food with anyone outside of your home and throw away wrappers that could be carrying infected droplets as soon as possible.”

Here we have detailed the full list of activities and where they rank.

Low Risk

Low to moderate risk

Moderate risk

Moderate to high risk

High risk