"I will have it with my wife alone in our house, with our three daughters Zooming in," the top U.S. scientist said about his own holiday plans during the coronavirus pandemic.
According to data released by the Transportation Security Administration, nearly 5 million people passed through airport security checkpoints between Friday, November 20 and Tuesday November 24.
Louisiana, Oklahoma and South Carolina top states where people said they will be eating thanksgiving dinner with those outside their own homes.
Experts are urging the public to be informed that promising new COVID-19 vaccines that may soon be available could provoke severe, but temporary, side effects in some who receive them.
The CDC has advised against Thanksgiving travel but figures suggest many Americans are flying ahead of the holiday.
One-third of all 87 counties in Minnesota had a COVID-19 case stemming from the Sturgis motorcycle rally in August.
Health officials gave their strongest advisory yet against traveling for the holiday. Read here if you need to change flight plans.
The updated list of recommendations comes as the U.S. saw a surge in cases.
"The safest way is to celebrate with people in your household," says the CDC. Otherwise, it's masks indoors, social distancing and disposable plates.
Over 68,000 people were hospitalized with COVID-19 in the U.S. as of Friday night, according to the COVID Tracking Project.
"It is unconscionable for the CDC to move forward on a plan to resume operations given the ongoing risks," read a Friday letter from two Democrat lawmakers.
From outdoor dinners to virtual celebrations—the pandemic doesn't mean Thanksgiving is cancelled this year.
Trump's numerous vows to have a COVID-19 vaccine before Election Day have been criticized by physicians who said the unfulfilled campaign promises must stop.
Find your state and check local guidance before planning your Halloween activities.
"After reviewing death cases so far, it is not the time to suspend a flu vaccination program since vaccination is very crucial this year, considering ... the COVID-19 outbreak," Jeong Eun-Kyung, director of the KDCA, said during a briefing this week.
"There is still no guarantee of prolonged immunity," wrote the team who documented the woman's case.
"Trump is now back in charge, it's not the doctors," Kushner told the Pulitzer-winning journalist. "We have a negotiated settlement."
People confuse the availability of the flu shot for a virus vaccine.
This year's Thanksgiving may not look the same as years past, experts told Newsweek, but it is possible minimise the risk of spreading coronavirus among loved ones this holiday season.
The 43-year-old man is believed to be responsible for half of the locally acquired coronavirus cases recorded in Ho Chi Minh City up until September 15.
The Big Lebowski actor said his prognosis was good and he was starting treatment.
Lake Jackson city officials have apologized for the Naegleria fowleri contamination, which proved to be fatal.
One city in Texas is currently disinfecting its entire water supply after Naegleria fowleri was found in it.
Regardless, the vice presidential debate will still use Plexiglas dividers and keep the candidates 12-feet apart instead of the customary seven.
The outbreak provides more evidence that children and adolescents can transmit the virus effectively, according to the report.
Health agencies across the U.S. are issuing trick-or-treating, Halloween safety guidelines ranging from pre-packaged candy bags to duct-taped driveways.
Florida has not extended its eviction moratorium but renters may be protected under the CDC's order.
Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the CDC, and Dr. Scott Atlas haven't seen eye to eye on the current state of the coronavirus outbreak in America.
The CDC advises celebrating with dinners inside your own household and avoiding parades and sales.