National Poll: Some Parents Prioritize Thanksgiving Traditions Over Reducing COVID-19 Risks
Photo: C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital National Poll on Children’s Health at Michigan Medicine
For some families, one of the most difficult steps in reducing COVID-19 risks has been keeping children apart from grandparents and other extended family members.
And that may be especially true during the holiday season, as novel coronavirus cases rapidly accelerate across the nation and public health officials discourage gatherings to help slow the spread of the deadly virus.
Still, some parents may prioritize continuing Thanksgiving Day traditions with their children over reducing transmission risks, a new national poll suggests.
One in ...