Consider Holding Thanksgiving Dinner Outdoors, says CDC
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The Centers for Disease Control wants you to celebrate Thanksgiving outside.
They say it’s one of the only ways to prevent your family from coming down with a case of the China Virus.
But you might need to wear gloves – don’t wanna get frostbite.
The CDC releasing a manual on how to celebrate Thanksgiving during a global pandemic.
Recommending virtual celebrations instead of in-person. And no pot-luck dinners.
The scientists also say the person in charge of slicing the turkey should be the only person plating food. No passing of the rolls.
The CDC says families should wear face masks in-between bites of cornbread dressing and sweet potato pie.
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And if you have to eat indoors – they say you should open up doors and windows to increase ventilation.
So if you live in places like Minnesota or North Dakota you might want to bundle up for Turkey Day – and be sure to pack a blowtorch – to defrost the giblets.
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