FILE - Daughter embraces mother at the airport after COVID-19 travel restrictions eased. As they gather for turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and pie, they are confronted with a list of questions: Can they once again hold big get-togethers?
Can they gather at all? Should they invite unvaccinated family members? Should they demand a negative test before a guest is allowed at the dinner table or a spot on the sofa for an afternoon of football?"I know that it might be overkill that we’re not sharing Thanksgiving here with my cousins, but better be safe than sorry, right?" said Criel, a 58-year-old data administrator for a finance company.Jocelyn Ragusin, an accountant from Littleton, Colorado, is taking a different approach by prioritizing.