While the CDC recommends that you reduce your risk of contracting or spreading COVID by avoiding travel, there is recognition that many families will be gathering during Thanksgiving and the holiday season. What are some things they can do to reduce their risk? Emmy-Award winning medical journalist Dr. Bob Arnot conducted a nationwide media tour with AIrQueen.com to discuss tips, advice and resources to help increase safety.
During the nationwide media tour Dr. Bob Arnot highlighted:
- The latest recommendations from the CDC to reduce risk when traveling
- Tips for proper mask wearing including when to change them and what you need to know to protect yourself in addition to protecting others
- Proper methods for staying sanitized
- Gift ideas to help keep your family safe during the holidays
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