NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — If you’re thinking about what to do this year for Thanksgiving, the Centers for Disease Control urges caution.
Small gatherings of family and friends are recommended.READ MORE: Paterson Mother Charged With Murder In 7-Year-Old's Death
You might even consider hosting a virtual celebration, especially for people who are at higher risk.
Also, keep ventilation in mind.READ MORE: 3 Teens Charged In Manhattan Subway Attacks, Police Release Video Of New Suspect Believed To Be Group's Lookout
Experts say small enclosed spaces that lack outside air put people more in danger of contracting COVID.
The longer you’re inside, the risk increases.
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