According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the safest way to celebrate the end of the year holidays is with the people who live with you. Travel and encounters with family and friends you do not live with can increase the likelihood of contracting COVID-19 and influenza.
The safest celebrations, according to the CDC, are virtual ones. In the event that you decide to meet in person with people with whom you do not live, it is safer to carry out activities outdoors than indoors.
In addition to taking the steps everyone knows to make the holidays safer, take these extra steps when attending a gathering so everyone at the celebration is safe.
If you decide to have guests in your home, make sure everyone takes appropriate steps to make the holiday season safer. Other options to make the celebration safer include: