Not but instead of putting Griff on blast try being less about it.troyguitar wrote: ↑Sat Nov 21, 2020 6:10 pm https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/wh ... dangerous/
It might seem unfair to ask people not to see relatives and friends they’ve missed, not to let a college student travel home for Thanksgiving dinner, not to enjoy this small pleasure. It might seem inconsistent to have focused on the dangers of large gatherings all year and begin warning about small gatherings just as they feel the most valuable. But this is a new phase of the pandemic. There’s more virus, in more places, and avoiding it has become harder. Even knowing where you caught it is harder. “The prevalence is so high in the community right now,” Shah said. “You have to see and treat everybody as infected.”
I agree with you. We’ve cancelled thanksgiving for our family.