Travel on Thanksgiving? Pass the COVID

Travel on Thanksgiving? Pass the COVID

Even public health and infectious disease experts recognize the dilemma. Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day celebrations fueled surges in the United States, which is why Thanksgiving frightens public health officials. Last year, more than 55 million people were expected to travel during the days surrounding that fourth Thursday in November. Michael Osterholm, director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, is waving his hands to stop the game. “To me, the risk-benefit ratio really supports me going to see her.”After hearing the advice from Chin-Hong and other infectious disease experts, Wiese decided last weekend to buy plane tickets to visit her parents.

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