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How To Celebrate Thanksgiving More Safely In A COVID-19 Pandemic

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As Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Eve, and other winter holidays approach, the US is battling a record-breaking surge of coronavirus infections. Business Insider reports Dr. Anthony Fauci says small indoor gatherings are driving new spread, so people should consider avoiding them. You get one person who's asymptomatic and infected, and then all of a sudden four or five people in that gathering are infected. That's the exact scenario that you're going to see in Thanksgiving. Dr. Anthony Fauci Most public health experts generally agree that time spent together should be limited, and masks should be worn except when eating and drinking. If the gathering can't be held outside, the room should be well-ventilated and fitted with a HEPA filter. Finally, drive to your destination instead of flying or taking the train. You'll be able to control your environment better that way. Happy holidays!

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