The CDC Has Advice For Your Thanksgiving Party

Health experts are worried that the millions that are likely to travel and gather to celebrate the holidays, may cause the number of coronavirus cases to spike.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its guidelines for hosting a safe Thanksgiving celebration.

The CDC recommends keeping your in-person celebrations limited to just your immediate family. You could share recipes with family and friends and hold a virtual Thanksgiving dinner. Also suggested is shopping online instead of going out to busy and crowded stores. If you want to host a larger gathering, it's best to hold your celebration outdoors, though that still poses a moderate risk for spreading the coronavirus.

"We really have to be careful this time that each individual family evaluates the risk-benefit," Dr. Anthony Fauci, said.

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