When it’s cold enough for you to work in the office, but not so cold that you can’t take a cold shower.
You may not be able to do a daily checkup, but you’ll be able for a while.
There’s a little bit of seasonal variation and a lot of things change in wintertime.
The number of people with respiratory infections increases during the winter months, and this is why the temperature in your office has to be at least 30 degrees Celsius (90 degrees Fahrenheit) above the average in January.
This means that if you work in a building with a cooling system that heats up by 30 degrees in January, you’ll have to take a short walk every day.
It also means you can use your desk, which you can do indoors, but your desk needs to be completely dry and covered with a sheet to prevent mould.
So when is it cold enough?
When it’s below 10 degrees Celsius (-4 degrees Fahrenheit), you can leave your office, if you can find a comfortable spot to do it in.
If you don’t have that luxury, or you have a computer with a desk, you can put it in a room that’s colder than 10 degrees but not colder than 30 degrees.