This seems to be the question on everyone’s lips. COVID-19 is the topic of many conversations this year, but especially around the holidays. Having spent much of the year apart, many families are desperately trying to get together. However, risk factors have to be taken into consideration when thinking about when, where, who, and how.
The bottom line is no, Thanksgiving is not and doesn’t have to be canceled. But there are things you can do to ensure your gathering is safe for everyone and all remain healthy. Among the top things to consider are: assessing the risk, isolate and get tested beforehand, keep your group small, take it outside, set time limits for indoor gatherings, and more. Read about the ways to stay safe during the holidays here: https://www.realtor.com/advice/home-improvement/how-to-celebrate-thanksgiving-while-minimizing-the-risk-of-coronavirus/