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From: Behavioral Scientist

Understanding the Outrage Over Altering Holiday Celebrations Despite COVID-19 Risks

APS Member/Author: Juliana Schroeder

With the holidays fast approaching and COVID-19 cases and deaths reaching new highs, some U.S. officials are, to limit the spread of COVID-19, urging—or even requiring—that residents alter their typical celebrations.

For instance, New York governor Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order that limited residents to a maximum of 10 people over for Thanksgiving dinner, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended similar precautions.

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