With the CDC recommending Americans not travel for Thanksgiving, you may be planning to attend a small gathering close to home. Deciding whether to attend a holiday gathering is all about assessing and reducing risk, says Susan Huang, MD, MPH, UCI Health Medical Director for Epidemiology and Infection Prevention. If you choose to attend a gathering, it’s important to take steps to minimize the health risk to yourself and others. We spoke with Dr. Huang about common questions guests may have before attending small holiday events:
Ultimately, the best way to lower your risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19 is to stay home and dine only with those who live with you.
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