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Despite warnings and rising COVID cases, some still travel for Thanksgiving

Public health experts and Bay Area officials do not want you to travel for Thanksgiving this week over coronavirus concerns. But while the scene at SFO Tuesday looked nothing like the usual holiday rush, there were still travelers making the trip.
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International flyers may soon need to get virus vaccinations

Several international airlines have indicated that once the coronavirus vaccine is available for distribution, terms and conditions for travelers may change, with flyers needing to provide proof of vaccination prior to boarding. More on RADIO.COM.
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Millions flying out for Thanksgiving despite warnings against travel

The Transportation Security Administration estimates roughly 2 million people flew out over on Friday and Saturday ahead of Thanksgiving, despite health experts strongly urging against travel for the holiday. More on RADIO.COM.
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Hawaii is offering free stay at hotels for travelers willing to do volunteer work

Hawaii is giving travelers the chance to spend one night in one of their hotels for free, in exchange for volunteer work. Those looking to volunteer can exchange it for one free night at a number of hotels across Hawaii.
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Airlines prepare for what’s expected to be their busiest week since COVID-19 outbreak

Despite a new CDC recommendation urging people not to travel this Thanksgiving, airlines are preparing for what they expect to be their busiest week since the outbreak of the pandemic.
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Doctor offers advice to families with college students returning home amid pandemic

With college students returning home for Thanksgiving, a family practice doctor has advice on how to do it as safely as possible during the pandemic.
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How these Thanksgiving foods can fly with you

If you’re flying for Thanksgiving this year and planning to take your favorite food for dinner, you may want to check this guidance from the Transportation Security Administration before packing.
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Is there a safe way to celebrate Thanksgiving with family, friends?

With Thanksgiving around the corner and COVID-19 cases rising across the nation, many are wondering whether there’s a way to safely share the holiday with family and friends.
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Delta has banned nearly 550 passengers for refusing to wear face masks

No mask, no fly. Nearly 550 people have been banned from taking future flights on Delta Airlines after they refused to wear facial coverings on board, according to the company’s CEO. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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The largest indoor waterpark in the U.S. opens amid COVID pandemic

Central Texas is now home to the nation’s largest indoor water park. Kalahari Resort Round Rock is now open - with more than 1.5 million square feet of space on 350 acres. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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