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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.

© Adam Zyglis

No thanks!

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.

© Christopher Weyant


  1. Hassan wrote:

    Well Dr. Scott Atlas said that people should have in person thanksgiving since it could be their last one.

    Sunday, November 22, 2020 at 7:47 am | Permalink
  2. William wrote:

    Not that it applies specifically to Thanksgiving, but the Scots are giving clear direction to stay home. Clear if you have subtitles, at least:
    (language warning)

    Sunday, November 22, 2020 at 4:16 pm | Permalink