The Day is looking for your thoughts on celebrating Thanksgiving during the pandemic
The Day is looking for your thoughts on celebrating Thanksgiving during the pandemic. We're writing a story about how people are pivoting their holiday plans to stay safe from COVID-19 and would love to hear from you.
Does your Thanksgiving celebration look a bit different this year? Are you choosing to dine with a smaller group, forgo certain traditions or spend time with friends and family around the computer screen instead of around the table? Let us know what you're planning, what you'll miss and how you're planning to keep traditions alive while staying safe and distanced this holiday season.
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