The CDC released their guidelines for Halloween activities this week, but they also released guidelines for the next major holiday, Thanksgiving.

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According to WKBW, the CDC released their guidelines for Thanksgiving 2020.

Like Halloween, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention laid out the risks when it comes to Thanksgiving activities.

Among the "Low-Risk Activities," are small dinners with people that only live in your household, having a virtual dinner with family and friends, and shopping online for deals.

"Moderate-Risk Activities" include having a small outdoor dinner with family and friends in your community, visiting pumpkin patches or apple orchards (where masks and social distancing is enforced), and attending a small outdoor sporting event with safety precautions in place.

"High-Risk Activities" include attending a large indoor gathering with people from outside your household, attending crowded parades, and going shopping in crowded stores.

You can read more about the Thanksgiving guidelines at the CDC website. Find out more at WKBW.