Thanksgiving Traditions with a twist in the era of COVID - Morgan County Herald: News

Thanksgiving Traditions with a twist in the era of COVID

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Posted: Wednesday, November 25, 2020 6:00 am

With a record number of coronavirus cases in the state, Ohioans are wondering what that could mean for the upcoming holiday season. Many are ready to spend much-needed time with family, but may be considering the risks of gathering. Traditions could be upended, but Morgan County families are trying to find ways to enjoy Thanksgiving while still being cautious.

Rosie Berardi is in one of those families who have had their usual holiday plans uprooted. However, that has not stopped her from giving her family a Thanksgiving to remember.

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