November 23, 2020

As Covid continues its surge across the country, many of us are still debating how to handle Thanksgiving. Some have already decided it’s worth the risk of their lives and the lives of their loved ones to maintain family traditions. Wonder how these people would feel if they knew this would be the last Thanksgiving some of their loved ones will have because tradition trumped safety. Though the CDC’s reputation has suffered thanks to Trump, they still issue warnings they hope people heed. For example, they know people are really needing their families now, so the CDC just issued a few more precautions for people insisting on traveling this week; However, the key to combatting Covid still is testing, but there’s a problem with who can access it; Immigrant children asking for asylum face a new threat; and Find out how to help the Central American communities that suffered back-to-back hurricanes. Go beyond the headlines…

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