Planning on having multiple people over for a traditional, in-person Thanksgiving dinner? If you are dying to do that, this year that might be literally true.
According to one study “About 40% of Americans plan to attend a Thanksgiving gathering with 10 or more people.” Here’s a sobering map from the Washington Post data reporter Christopher Ingraham.
If you have more than ten people, your odds increase.
I’ll be participating in a Zoomsgiving, where existing households will each have their own Thanksgiving dinners, connected to other households of family and friends over the internet. I’d rather see a few additional turkeys die than any of my loved ones.
Well Dr. Scott Atlas said that people should have in person thanksgiving since it could be their last one.
Not that it applies specifically to Thanksgiving, but the Scots are giving clear direction to stay home. Clear if you have subtitles, at least: