As the virus surges across New Jersey, the dean of the Rutgers School of Public Health has some advice for families preparing a traditional Thanksgiving celebration: Don’t do it. “I adore my brother, but I will not see him this year,” says the dean, Perry Halkitis. “We are not having Thanksgiving – no, no, no! People are increasing the vulnerability of those who are most at risk by gathering together in homes, around a dinner table, where there is saliva and aerosols being sprayed around.” To read the full story.
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