The CDC advises against traveling Thanksgiving
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advised Americans not to travel for the Thanksgiving holiday next week, due to the significant rise in new coronavirus cases nationwide.
“The CDC recommends against traveling during the Thanksgiving holiday period,” said Dr. Henry Walk, director of the Coronavirus incident at the CDC, during today’s briefing.
“For Americans who decide to travel, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that you do so as safely as possible by following the same recommendations for everyday life,” Walkie added.
In particular, Walki expressed his fear that the Americans might inadvertently spread the Coronavirus to family members, saying: “One of our concerns is that while people get together during the holiday season together, they might bring the infection with them to this small gathering and not even know it.”
In a group of Updated guidelines, The CDC recommends celebrating Thanksgiving almost or with family members only.
The directives state that “personal gatherings that bring together family members or friends from different families, including college students returning home, pose different levels of risk.”
This news comes a day after the number of deaths from the Corona virus in the United States exceeded 250 thousand, a number much higher than any other country in the world:
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