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COVID-19 means Thanksgiving alone for many Americans – USA TODAY

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread, many will skip the big feast and spend Thanksgiving alone to protect themselves and their families.

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If you can’t visit family due to the COVID-19 pandemic, host a virtual Thanksgiving dinner instead.
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For Jennifer Broderick, the decision to spend Thanksgiving alone was a surprisingly simple one.
Her mother is a cardiology nurse, her sister works at a nursing home and Broderick has been teaching in-person classes as an assistant biology professor at Thiel College in Greenville, Pennsylvania. Since all of them interact with people outside of their immediate families each day, exposing them…

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