Make sure the … With the COVID … Wear the mask over your nose and mouth and secure it under your chin. A table loaded with all our favorite foods is what Thanksgiving dreams are made of. We spoke to several … Thanksgiving fanatic Genna Buck is used to going all out with an elaborate turkey spread for as many as 30 friends. ORLANDO, Fla. - Like many of us, doctors are struggling with how to spend Thanksgiving during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Thanksgiving is usually the time of year where family—immediate, distant, chosen members—come together to celebrate one another and all that they're thankful for. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued updated guidelines Monday for people planning to celebrate Thanksgiving, as the coronavirus … If you’re planning on celebrating Thanksgiving with family and friends, the CDC recommends checking COVID-19 infection rates and then consider if it’s still safe to hold or attend a … 120 new COVID-19 cases reported on Thanksgiving Day by Sara Mattison / Nov 26, 2020 HONOLULU (KHON2) -- There were 92 cases of COVID-19 on … What to do instead: Get your heart rate up by going on a nature walk post-feast (while maintaining social distancing protocols, of course). Traditional Thanksgiving celebrations are basically off limits in 2020. 5. Serving dinner family-style . But skip the family-style or buffet dining this year, say experts. Wear a mask with two or more layers to stop the spread of COVID-19.