Celebrate a Closer-to-Normal Thanksgiving
Last Thanksgiving, my husband and I made two Cornish game hens and zoomed dinner with his two sons and extended family.
What a different world we are living in this year.
Vaccinated people will be able to gather for Thanksgiving or go Christmas shopping without fearing for their lives. But I also wonder whether we will be a little too eager to throw caution to the wind. It would be wise to keep following the Centers for Disease Control’s guidance for the holidays – masks in public, outdoor activities, air circulation indoors, and testing before gathering with family from multiple households.
Caution is still in order. But so is celebrating a return to something closer to normal.
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Completely agree with you. More awareness is required.