Is delivering and sharing food safe this Thanksgiving?

Food is an important element to Thanksgiving, and this year, people are left wondering how to celebrate the holiday while keeping loved ones safe. Read the CDC’s guidelines on sharing and delivering food this turkey day on RADIO.COM.
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Health experts rate holiday activities on risk scale from 1 to 10

Physicians from TMA’s Committee on Infectious Disease and its COVID-19 Task Force ranked more than 30 common holiday activities on a scale of 1 to 10, based on how much risk the activity offers for leading to a potential coronavirus infection.
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Zoom is getting rid of 40-minute time limit for meetings on Thanksgiving

Well, you can’t get out of seeing - virtually at least - those far-flung family members on Thanksgiving. Zoom made an announcement to help out people earlier this month.
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How to know if your supermarket is full before you go

If you need to venture out to pick up groceries and want to limit your amount of contact with other people, there’s a fast and easy way to found out in real-time how many people are at your supermarket. Learn more here.
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US hits milestone with 250,000 COVID-19 deaths

The United States has reached a heartbreaking milestone Wednesday, with a report showing that 250,000 Americans have died of COVID-19 – and even more gut-wrenching is that data reveals that number is growing.
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It's official: Walmart, Target and other stores are running low on toilet paper again

Walmart officials say that some of their stores across the country have been overwhelmed by shoppers stocking up in advance of the latest round of scale backs in states across the country.
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Doctor offers advice to families with college students returning home amid pandemic

With college students returning home for Thanksgiving, a family practice doctor has advice on how to do it as safely as possible during the pandemic.
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'Don't lose hope': How to deal with COVID-19 fatigue as cases rise, restrictions increase

As coronavirus case counts soar, cities and states are imposing more restrictions. And with Thanksgiving and the winter holidays approaching, stress levels are even higher for people who are experiencing COVID-19 fatigue.
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Puppy shortage amid COVID leads to steep rise in animal thefts

The pandemic has made it harder for people to adopt pets in the US and around the world. The situation is particularly dire in the UK, where a puppy shortage is leading to soaring prices and a rise in the number of animals being stolen.
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Outbreak leads to more than 300 people exposed to COVID-19 at wedding

Health officials in Washington state are urging more than 300 people to quarantine after attending a wedding. Read the latest details on RADIO.COM.
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