(CBSDFW.COM) – The Texas Medical Association is giving residents a way of seeing how at risk they are of contracting COVID-19 while taking part in their favorite activities.

As the state continues to see a surge in new COVID-19 cases, the association posted on social media a visual representation of the current risks of certain activities during the pandemic.

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The risk levels were broken up into low, moderate-low, moderate, moderate-high and high and were listed by a scale of one to 10.

Some of the high risk activities listed the association include working out at a gym, attending a large concert and going to a bar.

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Low and moderate-low risk activities include playing tennis, grocery shopping and eating in the outdoor area of a restaurant.

The state has recently taken steps in response to the surge. On Thursday, Gov. Greg Abbott issued a statewide face mask requirement for counties with over 20 confirmed cases.

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Last week, the governor ordered bars to close for the second time during the pandemic and restaurants to go back to a 50% limited capacity, down from 75%.