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How do American spend thanksgiving days during Covid-19?

Datetime: 2020-11-25 11:09:56

With thanksgiving coming, Americans are entangled between family affection and epidemic situation.

Thanksgiving Day, an annual traditional festival in the United States, is approaching. But this year, in the face of the worsening outbreak of the new crown and warnings from medical departments and experts, many Americans are rather worried about whether to reunite with their relatives.


More than 1 million passengers received security checks at airports across the United States on November 20, the first time a single day security check has reached this figure since mid-March, but it is 60% less than the last Friday before the festival last year.


Over the past few months, the number of confirmed cases and deaths of the new crown in the United States has continued to rise rapidly. The total number of confirmed cases has exceeded 12 million, and more than 255000 people have died.

Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases and a member of the White House coronavirus response working group, also warned Americans on the 22nd that traveling and gathering during the festival are risky and "people will not see an increase in cases until a few weeks later."

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