12 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Attending In-Person Thanksgiving

12 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Attending In-Person Thanksgiving

Everything Thanksgiving: Get all our Thanksgiving recipes, how-to’s and more! It’s clear Thanksgiving 2020 will be like no other. (We hope, anyway.) With the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention imploring Americans to avoid gathering with people from outside their households, families are planning scaled-back meals and virtual celebrations. But not everyone is adjusting their


Everything Thanksgiving: Get all our Thanksgiving recipes, how-to’s and more!

It’s clear Thanksgiving 2020 will be like no other. (We hope, anyway.)

With the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention imploring Americans to avoid gathering with people from outside their households, families are planning scaled-back meals and virtual celebrations. But not everyone is adjusting their plans.

If you’re still not sold on staying home this Thanksgiving, consider the facts of your situation and the world around you. Here are 12 questions to ask yourself before attending an in-person Thanksgiving gathering.

Are you at high risk of getting severely sick from COVID-19?

People who are at increased risk of severe illness from the coronavirus include older adults and those with underlying medical conditions like heart disease, diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), cancer, chronic kidney disease and more.

Are any other attendees at high risk of severe illness?

“Prior to visiting loved ones, it’s a good idea to have everyone check with a
physician on their risk status for severe disease if they contract COVID-19,” Dr. Linda Anegawa, a physician with virtual health…



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