With Thanksgiving right around the corner, many of us are wondering just how this family-oriented holiday will go with Covid-19 on the rise once again. A holiday based so firmly on the concepts of sharing space, food, and affection with family members is unfortunately a risk in 2020, but that does not mean we need to cancel it entirely. There are a number of ways we can lower our Covid risk while still maintaining the spirit of the holiday as a whole.
Tips on Throwing a Socially Distanced Thanksgiving
Here are a couple of tips and techniques that you can employ to keep your Thanksgiving safe but still fun.
Consider Dishing out Each Person's Meal Separately: As nostalgic as it is to take turns scooping out a bit of mashed potatoes or green beans onto your plate, it would be a better choice to have one person plate each full meal individually. This will limit the amount of people touching the utensils, and also hopefully curtail some of our greedier in-laws.