What Will Your Thanksgiving Be Like This Year?

The pandemic looks a lot different now than it did in November 2020.,

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Last year, doctors and politicians across the country urged Americans to skip a big group meal for Thanksgiving. But this year, months after vaccines have become widely available, the guidance from officials and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is more relaxed — and families are getting together to celebrate.

As holiday traditions change — yet again — we’d love to hear how you and your loved ones are adjusting. We’re asking readers to tell us their Thanksgiving plans, and how they differ from last year’s.

If you’d like to participate, you can tell us your story using the form below. We may feature your response in an upcoming edition of the Coronavirus Briefing newsletter.

Your Thanksgiving plans.

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