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How Are You Celebrating Thanksgiving This Year?

With a portrait of her deceased father on the wall behind, Olga Garcia prepar...

Photo by Elaine Thompson / AP

Above: With a portrait of her deceased father on the wall behind, Olga Garcia prepares capirotada, a bread pudding layered with cheese, bananas, raisins, cinnamon and pecans, while preparing an afternoon family meal Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2020, in her home.

The holiday season is a time many of us look forward to getting together with family and friends, starting with Thanksgiving. Public health orders from San Diego County and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC) urge against the type of gatherings we're used to, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't still mark the occasion.

We want to know how you are planning to celebrate Thanksgiving this year.

Maybe you're hosting a virtual dinner with out-of-towners, planning a small socially-distanced outdoor gathering or staying in with your immediate household. Does the pandemic upending everything have you ditching the turkey dinner or sticking with tradition?

We want to hear from you and share your responses.

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