Here is the CDC's guidance for a safe Thanksgiving
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Federal health officials are grouping activities by "low risk," "moderate risk" and "high risk" to give people an idea of how to safely celebrate.
As Americans begin to plan their Thanksgiving celebrations for this November, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have released guidance for staying safe and healthy.

First of all, the CDC is clear in its recommendation against unnecessary travel. While many people use the long Thanksgiving weekend as a chance to go see extended family, the CDC advises staying home if possible.

Beyond that, officials at the CDC have categorized potential activities as low, moderate or high risk for spreading coronavirus.

Emily Haavik
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