Should You Celebrate Thanksgiving On Zoom, Or At The Dining Room Table?

Many Americans are still planning on traveling for Thanksgiving despite the surge in coronavirus cases across the country.

An American Airlines plane is seen at a gate at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, Va., on May 12, 2020.
An American Airlines plane is seen at a gate at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, Va., on May 12, 2020. AFP via Getty Images
An American Airlines plane is seen at a gate at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, Va., on May 12, 2020.
An American Airlines plane is seen at a gate at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Arlington, Va., on May 12, 2020. AFP via Getty Images

Should You Celebrate Thanksgiving On Zoom, Or At The Dining Room Table?

Many Americans are still planning on traveling for Thanksgiving despite the surge in coronavirus cases across the country.

Up to 50 million Americans are planning to travel this year for Thanksgiving during the pandemic, according to AAA. But public health officials are pleading with residents to stay home to curb the spread of COVID-19.

Reset brings on NPR’s David Schaper to discuss travel during the holiday season.

GUEST: David Schaper, NPR national desk correspondent based in Chicago