Officials have been able to control COVID-19 transmission rates by implementing policies that encourage residents to eat and drink, exercise and spend time with friends and loved ones at a safe distance outside. But health experts are concerned cases could spike again as cooler temperatures in the fall and winter force people back indoors. The nation’s leading infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, also is concerned upcoming holiday celebrations could increase transmission rates and advised Americans to skip any big Thanksgiving plans. To read the full story.
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