Thanksgiving is celebrated every year on the fourth and last Thursday of November in the United States, a celebration deeply felt by Americans, who move from one part of the country to another to meet their relatives.
This year, due to the health emergency across the country, public officials are urging people to stay at home. The holiday week will be a crucial moment in fighting the virus as even small family reunions could cause a spike in infections.
Experts recommend eating the traditional turkey meal in the company of people you live with and instead celebrate the holiday virtually with other family members via Zoom or similar apps.
“Celebrating virtually or with the people you live with is the safest choice this Thanksgiving,” the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advised.
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