Cleveland, Ohio 2020-11-22 22:16:54 –
** Video above: Local doctors say this shouldn’t be a typical Thanksgiving. ** **
Columbus (WJW) — Despite the pandemic, Thanksgiving has not been canceled this week. Still, many counties have issued curfew across Ohio, and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has suggested that people avoid carry-on gatherings, so it’s a mistake to look different during the holiday season. There is none.
Today, the Ohio Department of Health has also released its own guidebook for “Celebrating the Holiday Season Safely.”
ODH suggests ways to celebrate numerous holidays from different religions and cultures, and in guidebooks argues that the best way to celebrate something is “with the family at home.” ..
For those who gather, we propose a group of 10 people or less. People are warned to wear masks, wash their hands, stay 6 feet away, avoid touching their faces, and, of course, stay home if they feel sick.
Find the entire guidebook here.
Get the latest headlines at FOX8.com below.
Suggest a fix
Ohio Department of Health issues guidebook for celebrating holidays during a pandemic Source link Ohio Department of Health issues guidebook for celebrating holidays during a pandemic