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Thanksgiving: Millions celebrate in shadow of coronavirus

Thanksgiving: Millions celebrate


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Americans have been holding quelled festivals for Thanksgiving, as the nation wrestles with its Covid pestilence – one of the world’s most noticeably terrible.

A few customs have proceeded, similar to the yearly Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City, which was shut to onlookers.

Many have additionally headed out home to praise the occasion, notwithstanding admonitions from wellbeing authorities.

Passengers at San Francisco airport. Photo: 25 November 2020

In excess of 3,000,000 individuals are accounted for to have gone through US air terminals from Friday to Sunday in what was the busiest travel end of the week since the episode started in mid-March.

In any case, the number is around a large portion of the typical figure for Thanksgiving travel, and numerous individuals have quit seeing loved ones for the occasion.

Thanksgiving, which sees Americans assemble with their families for celebrations on a scale matching Christmas, falls on the fourth Thursday of November. This year is the occasion’s 400th commemoration.

Visitors take pictures at Yosemite National Park, California. Photo: 26 November 2020

People queue to get free meals from volunteers in Washington DC. Photo: 26 November 2020People look on from behind a fence during the 94th Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York. Photo: 26 November 2020