Tulsa, Oklahoma 2020-11-24 16:18:23 –
Tulsa, Oklahoma — Oklahoma is still on the road this week as cases of coronavirus increase in Oklahoma and the CDC warns against traveling this Thanksgiving.
State Health Director Dr. Lance Fry is calling on Oklahoma to take precautions on this vacation.
“They may look harmless, but keep in mind that a group of more than 10 people can spread the virus to our community,” Fry said.
Frye proposes a virtual dinner with family and friends, like a zoom meeting.
If you plan to sit down and eat, Frye recommends having dinner outdoors or in a well-ventilated area.
“I encourage guests to do the same with their masks on when they’re not eating or drinking,” Fry said.
If you are traveling outside the state, Fly suggests that you take the test. However, there is a warning.
“I don’t want people to get false reassurance from the test. The chances of a positive test in the first three days of exposure are essentially zero,” Fry said.
Frye recommends that you follow the guidelines of all Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Social Distance.
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