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CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND - SEPTEMBER 18: All Blacks and Crusaders rugby player Ryan Crotty has his shaved off for charity by Leni Smith on September 18, 2014 in Christchurch, New Zealand. Crotty who has been growing his Ned Kelly style beard for two years is shaving his beard in aid of raising money for the Child Cancer Foundation. (Photo by Martin Hunter/Getty Images)

Coronavirus concerns have caused many of us to change our routines in both big and small ways. But what about beards?


A few weeks ago, this graphic from the CDC was circulating on the internet, and beard-havers like me started to panic. Turns out it’s not Coronavirus-related; the graphic is from 2017.


Still, as the Coronavirus outbreak has grown in size and scope, opinions and advice regarding the safety of facial hair are starting to emerge. So I ask you, ROCK 92.9 listener: should I shave my beard? Or does my beard have little or no effect on spreading or getting COVID-19? Vote!