The CDC’s Best Recommendations for a Coronavirus-Free Holiday Season
Exactly seven weeks from today the calendar will say 'Thanksgiving Day', but chances are November 26, 2020, won't be like any other turkey day you've ever experienced.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has already forced the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade to change how it's being presented this year and more than likely it will have some sort of impact on how you celebrate the day.
With so much uncertainty out there about what we should and shouldn't be doing for the holiday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released a set of guidelines to help keep us safe, rating different activities as low risk, moderate risk, or high risk.
CDC Safe Holiday Recommendations
How many changes are you making for Thanksgiving this year?