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“The actual sport itself is not the major risk factor, but primarily it’s the lodging and the restaurants and the other social spaces where people from different areas interact,” says Glen Mays, a professor and public health expert at the University of Colorado. “Ski towns funnel people from different areas into places of social interaction and that’s kind of the recipe for being a super-spreading location.”