For many, Thanksgiving — a time to gather with friends and families — will look different this year. While staples of the holiday — the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, NFL football games and Black Friday sales — will still take place, the heart of the holiday, spending time with loved ones and passing down traditions remain at risk in the midst of the coronavirus.

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