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What 635 epidemiologists are doing for Thanksgiving

Article features comments from Mollie Wood, assistant professor in the Department of Environmental and Public Health Sciences in the UC College of Medicine. 

The family of one epidemiologist plans to celebrate Thanksgiving in a garage, with tables 10 feet apart and the doors rolled up. Another epidemiologist’s family is forgoing a traditional meal for an outdoor hot cider toast with neighbors. A third is dining in an outdoor tent, with a heater, humidifier and air purifier running. And, according to an informal survey of 635 epidemiologists by The New York Times, the large majority are not celebrating with people outside their household

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