We know it's been a rough 2020 and quarantine fatigue has set in.
That's why now more than ever we need to follow precautions so we can get through the global pandemic and have many more joyous holiday seasons to come!
Low Risk Activities
  • Having a small dinner with those who live in your household
  • Having a virtual dinner with friends & family
Moderate Risk Activities
  • Having a small outdoor dinner with your family & friends who live in your community
High Risk Activities
  • Attending a large indoor gathering with people outside of your household
  • Traveling out-of-state
General Tips for a Healthy Thanksgiving
  • Stay home. Do not travel.
  • Limit the number of guests at your Thanksgiving table.
  • If gathering with those outside your household: have an outdoor gathering, wear your mask and social distance.
  • If you must be inside: wear your mask, open windows, doors, and turn on fans/HVAC systems in the house to exchange the air.
  • Guests should avoid direct contact, including handshakes and hugs with others outside their household
  • Limit contact with commonly touched surfaces or shared items such as serving utensils. Use single-use options or identify one person to serve shareable items like salad dressings, food containers, plates, utensils, and condiments.
Travel & College Students Returning Home for the Holiday
  • If you must travel over the Thanksgiving holiday, it is recommended you quarantine for 14 days after returning. Wear your mask on public transportation and wash hands frequently.
  • If you are expecting your child home from college, they should quarantine away from the rest of the family and wear a mask for 14 days after their arrival home. After their quarantine is over, they should limit group gatherings outside the home.