The year 2020 has been a year like no other, presenting all kinds of new obstacles and challenges, and forcing us to get creative and adjust to many new protocols and lifestyle changes to prevent the spread of Covid-19. The main change we've been asked to make is to social distance. Remaining separated from loved ones has been difficult on everyone, especially with the holidays coming up. Here are the guidelines posted by San Diego County regarding Thanksgiving celebrations:
"To minimize the spread of COVID-19 and keep families safe during Thanksgiving, the County of San Diego offers guidance for common activities:
Remote events with family and friends, such as a virtual Thanksgiving dinner, sharing recipes, a virtual turkey trot, or online game.
Televised or live streaming events at home with members of your own household.
Outdoor orchards, food markets, and seasonal craft fairs where state guidance is followed and people use hand sanitizer, wear face coverings, and maintain a 6-foot distance from others.
Get your flu vaccine to protect yourself and minimize complications from the flu or COVID-19 viruses.
While the safest way to enjoy Thanksgiving this year is to not gather at all, there will still be circumstances where families choose to celebrate together. We highly recommend getting a Covid test and attending only after getting a negative result and quarantine from the time of your test until the gathering. We also recommend that you have your home professionally sanitized by a company like Bio-One to make sure that there are no lingering bacteria to be picked up by your otherwise healthy guests, especially if you have elderly family members attending your gathering. Give us a call for a free estimate today! (858) 261-4527
We are so thankful to be a part of this wonderful community, and we wish everyone a safe and healthy holiday season! Happy Thanksgiving!