Thanksgiving is a time for togetherness and being thankful, but this year it might look a bit different. Because safety guidelines throughout California are constantly changing to keep everyone safe, it’s important to consider making a new tradition this year for a safe and healthy Thanksgiving 2020.
Think small. Rather than having a big feast filled with family and friends, it might be a good idea to have a small dinner with only the people who live in your household. If you truly want to have a big celebration, you can always bring everyone together virtually, sharing recipes that other usually make and eating while chatting online.
Take precautions. If the guidelines in Vallejo allow you to have people over, you should take extra precautions to ensure you all stay healthy. Consider eating outdoors and wear a mask if there are multiple people around. Also, you should wash your hands throughout the cooking process — more than you usually do — to help prevent the spread.
Understand your space. Measure the available space you have and only invite the number of people that will fit into the space while social distancing.
Avoid high-risk activities. According to the CDC, there are many high-risk activities that are common during the Thanksgiving season that should be avoided. This includes going out into crowded stores for Black Friday shopping, attending crowded parades, or taking part in a crowded race.
From everyone here at Avery Greene Honda in Vallejo, we wish you a happy, healthy, and safe Thanksgiving 2020.