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New Poll: 25% Of Americans Cancelled Thanksgiving Plans


Thanksgiving is the biggest holiday in America. But, COVID-19 has forced many Americans to reconsider their plans. According to Insider polling nearly one in five respondents canceled their pre-made Thanksgiving travels plans as a result of the pandemic. Additionally, nearly 19% of respondents reported Thanksgiving travel plans which include either driving or flying. ICU beds in hospitals are increasingly reaching capacity. Experts are concerned that the odds of a post-Thanksgiving coronavirus spike are "extremely high."

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