How to celebrate Thanksgiving during the coronavirus pandemic

Just because Thanksgiving might look a little different this year, that doesn’t mean it can’t be just as special or memorable as years past.

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As local leaders continue to discourage physical gatherings this holiday week amid a recent surge in coronavirus cases, we’ve got plenty of ideas for your party of one, two or a few.

If you’re sharing Thanksgiving Day moments with family over the internet, Zoom, Skype, Google Meet, Houseparty and others are all offering free video chats.

Does scaling down your usual green bean casserole or mac and cheese recipes seems a little too daunting? Consider supporting some of your favorite Chicago-area restaurants, many of which are offering Thanksgiving meals that can be picked up or delivered for the holiday.

Check out all of our ideas for celebrating Thanksgiving this year below:

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