Indoor [adjective]

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Mask up, keep your distance, and remain in ventilated spaces, like with an indoor party.

Each of the 8 heating zones can be controlled and turned off or on as you move from indoors to outdoors and back again.

To avoid crowded indoor spaces, many Outside editors have been trading their slopeside burgers and chicken fingers for meals prepared at home.

Vaccines are not a license to resume crowded indoor gatherings, since the overall vaccination rate is still low and the spread of the virus is still high.

We’ve picked some of our favorite gift ideas for Valentine’s Day based upon common needs that people face in daily life, from the rigors of commuting to the necessity of breathing fresh indoor air.

Abel’s Lobster, with indoor and outdoor dining, occupies a stunning spot at the head of Somes Sound in the town of Mount Desert.

Then they could say with confidence, “We can open indoor dining because we know that the variants aren’t circulating in our community.”

The disease, like Covid-19, was primarily transmitted through close contact, especially in indoor spaces.

Ron Harrison, a self-described “homebody,” had not traveled for the holidays or dined indoors at crowded restaurants.

It also reduced the value of urban amenities when restaurants, indoor gatherings with friends who live nearby, cultural exhibits, and more are unavailable.