Thanksgiving is a time celebrate with loved ones, and there’s no better way to give thanks than protecting their health and safety. Review the graphic below for tips on celebrating safely or the table below showing the text from the graphic. These tips and the graphic were developed by the Public Health Communications Collaborative based on guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
For more guidance, visit https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/holidays.html.
|Celebrate at Home||If you gather, do so wisely||Avoid...|
|Prepare traditional dishes with those in your household.||Keep it small and stay local.||Large gatherings, especially indoors.|
|Host a virtual dinner and share recipes with family and friends.||Stay outside if possible and ensure proper ventilation if indoors.||Potlucks, buffets, or other shared food.|
|Put up your favorite decorations and share photos online.||Wear masks and physically distance||Places with crowds, such as stores, parades, running events, and sports.|
|Watch parades, sporting events, and movies at home.||Wash or sanitize your hands regularly, especially before eating.||Contact with anyone who is sick or may have been exposed to COVID-19|
|Shop online instead of in stores.||Avoid contact with non-attendees for 14 days before and after your gathering.|