Not really. My Thanksgiving usually is 40 people crammed into a kitchen. Thirty of those people I only see on Thanksgiving and Christmas. I am not their regular social bubble and they are not mine. It’d be safer for me to just have a Thanksgiving with my coworkers because I see them each day and am exposed to them anyway. If I were to do my regular Thanksgiving this year, I’d be exposed to all of these people for an extended, maskless period of time. I’d be exposed to all of the people they work with and socialize with and their kids go to school with.
This thinking is exactly why Thanksgiving is probably going to lead to another massive spike of cases in the US. People think “it’s just family, it’s not like I’m eating with strangers” and don’t consider that each member of their extended family is probably in contact with a few other people, and they’re in contact with a few people, which adds up to a lot of people, and it only takes one infected person for the virus to spread through this web of social connections. I’m pro-choice, they should be able to do what they want with their bodies.
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