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Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will go on virtually on Thursday

While it will look different than in year’s past, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will still go on this Thursday, virtually, despite the pandemic.
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Shipping holiday gifts? Do so sooner than later, says USPS

If you plan on shipping packages for the holidays, do so as soon as possible. The United States Postal Service expects the number of packages in the system will start picking up as early as Black Friday.
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The average American would pay $305 for a normal, pre-COVID day: Survey

How much would you pay to experience a normal pre-COVID day? A survey commissioned by Capital One asked 2,000 Americans that very question, and found that the average American would pay around $305 for such an experience. More on RADIO.COM.
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Some ordering takeout for Thanksgiving to ease holiday stress

Ordering your Thanksgiving meal from a restaurant may not be traditional, but getting takeout this year could do more than ease your stress. It could be another lifeline for the struggling restaurant industry.
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Wellness expert shares ways to manage isolation, loss of holiday rituals this season

As COVID-19 cases rise across the country, people are skipping their traditional holiday get-togethers in hopes of keeping everyone safe but face new stresses such as coping with isolation, anxiety and the loss of our holiday rituals.
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Dr. Fauci says Santa Claus is 'immune' to COVID-19: 'Santa is not going to be spreading any infections'

Young Christmas fans need not worry about Santa Claus this holiday season: Dr. Anthony Fauci says that St. Nick is “immune” to COVID-19. The nation’s leading infectious disease expert reassured that he won’t “be spreading any infections to anybody.”
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‘Time' cover star and superhero ER nurse Amy O'Sullivan on using radio to get by during hard times

Amy O’Sullivan’s heroism landed her on the cover of Time Magazine’s Top 100 Most Influential People and now she is talking with RADIO.COM’s Kelly Ford.
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Is delivering and sharing food safe this Thanksgiving?

Food is an important element to Thanksgiving, and this year, people are left wondering how to celebrate the holiday while keeping loved ones safe. Read the CDC’s guidelines on sharing and delivering food this turkey day on RADIO.COM.
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Health experts rate holiday activities on risk scale from 1 to 10

Physicians from TMA’s Committee on Infectious Disease and its COVID-19 Task Force ranked more than 30 common holiday activities on a scale of 1 to 10, based on how much risk the activity offers for leading to a potential coronavirus infection.
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Zoom is getting rid of 40-minute time limit for meetings on Thanksgiving

Well, you can’t get out of seeing - virtually at least - those far-flung family members on Thanksgiving. Zoom made an announcement to help out people earlier this month.
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