CDC warning: Don't travel for Thanksgiving
The CDC is advising people to not travel for Thanksgiving to avoid the spread of COVID-19.
next week, Americans will celebrate Thanksgiving, which normally sees some of the busiest travel days of the year. But this year, with the pandemic worsening, officials are warning against traveling for the holiday. The CDC posting updated guidelines for safe celebration and officially recommending that Americans not travel for those who do or who choose to gather together. Local and state leaders like South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster, are urging caution and testing. We have to be careful. We have to be smart. I'm asking that you do something very important, something that could save lives it Thanksgiving and that is get tested before Turkey as faras family gatherings. The nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, says the decision should be based on each family's unique circumstances. Take a look at your family and you say that I have a person there who's an elderly person, a person with an underlying medical condition. Do I want to take that risk right now? Dr Fauci, emphasizing the importance of remaining vigilant as we await coronavirus vaccines. Vaccines are close by. They're coming. Pretty soon we're gonna get a heck of a lot of help from a very efficacious vaccine, two vaccines. One of those vaccines developed by drug giant Pfizer and German company by on Tech, will be submitted to the FDA Friday as the company's request. Emergency use authorization I'm read Binion reporting.