As COVID-19 Cases Climb, How Safe Is It To Go Home For The Holidays?

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Consider This : As COVID-19 Cases Climb, How Safe Is It To Go Home For The Holidays? Image

As COVID-19 Cases Climb, How Safe Is It To Go Home For The Holidays?

On Friday, the U.S. hit its highest number of daily coronavirus cases since the pandemic began. Holiday travel could lead to even more drastic and deadly spikes.

As cases surge throughout the country, many people are wondering how to plan for the holidays. Is it safe for kids to see their grandparents? Should people be gathering as usual for big Thanksgiving dinners? How should people travel — to drive or to fly?

You sent us your questions — and we put them to NPR’s Allison Aubrey and David Schaper, who reported out some answers ahead of a usually busy season for gathering and travel.

In participating regions, you’ll also hear a local news segment that will help you make sense of what’s going on in your community.

Email us at considerthis@npr.org.