Coronavirus briefing: what happened today

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Coronavirus briefing: what happened today

“This year, my husband and I dropped a truth bomb that we weren’t participating in any Thanksgiving activities with people who weren’t vaccinated,” Ethan Zachery Scott, who lives in Los Angeles, wrote. “It quickly isolated us from almost every family event. Instead, we’re spending the day with close friends and going to see ‘House of Gucci.’ Honestly, that’s probably the best result I could have asked for Was!”

aniyah zachery, 13, lives in San Francisco. “With all that’s going on in the last few years, I haven’t got to see my family much,” wrote Aniyah. “This year, with vaccinations, my family members will be able to attend our COVID-safe dinner.” Aniyah said: “Not only will I be able to reconnect with my family, but I will also be able to fill it with love, happiness and laughter.”

not all kids Gwen K.The U.S. family is old enough to be vaccinated, and some have not yet received both doses. “So this year, after our annual Thanksgiving football game with friends, our family is gathering outside in the afternoon (hopefully the hottest part of the day) for a revamped meal,” wrote Gwen, who is in Haverford, Pa. lives. “We’re serving turkey sandwiches.”

this year, Cathy, who lives in Vancouver, Wash., plans to eat, maybe in the form of appetizers, with some at-home COVID tests. “I am not even asking who has been vaccinated,” wrote Kathy, who has been fully vaccinated and has received a booster. “I think everyone who wants that shot has got it, and each can make their own decisions about the risks of collecting.”

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“Last year I got Mexican takeout and watched the sunset from beach chairs on the beach in San Diego with a friend,” sarah meron wrote. “The rolled tacos were great, but I’m looking forward to a delicious meal this year.”

Christine Owens, a teacher who lives in St. Johnsbury, VT, is on the fence about whether to move to Virginia to see her brother and his family. “Should I risk my family’s health to travel for meals with family and friends over 15 from across the country?” Christine thought. “I asked my brother if he was asking guests about vaccines or getting tested before traveling. He thought it was funny. I’m starting to worry more than I’m excited about traveling and don’t know what to do. ,

Pat MillerThe residents of New Jersey are once again planning a big celebration. “After being single last year, my husband and I will now be able to celebrate Thanksgiving with our kids and grandchildren thanks to vaccinations and at-home rapid tests,” Pat wrote. “There’s so much to be thankful for.”

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