Thanksgiving Amid Coronavirus Pandemic Is Showing That 2020 Is Even Harder For Those In NeedThe coronavirus pandemic has altered the way people are celebrating this Thanksgiving, but 2020 is shaping up to be even harder for those in need.
CBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker Celebrates Thanksgiving With Nearly-50-Person Family ZoomCBS 2 Investigator Dorothy Tucker celebrated Thanksgiving this year with a family Zoom with close to 50 people. They took turns talking about what they were all thankful for and one good thing that happened to them this year, despite the pandemic.
Amid COVID-19 Surge, Salvation Army Offers Thanksgiving Meals To Go For Those In NeedOrganizations like the Salvation Army were forced to rethink their plans for Thanksgiving amid this COVID-19 surge.
Many Chicagoans Order From Local Restaurants For Thanksgiving, And Not Just For Their Own FamiliesSome people who have been cooking at home for months took a break this Thanksgiving, instead ordering from restaurants that could really use the business.
Volunteers From My Block, My Hood, My City Pack Up Thanksgiving Meals For About 2,000 People In NeedThe need this Thanksgiving is overwhelming, with more than 2 million people having lost their jobs in Illinois since the start of the pandemic.
PHOTOS: 2020 Family Thanksgiving CelebrationsThe group may be smaller or may be meeting on a platform like Zoom this year, but festivity and gratitude are still everywhere this Thanksgiving.
COVID-19 Has Meant A Virtual Thanksgiving For Many, But Spirit Of Thanks RemainsCOVID-19 has meant the smells of pies and turkey from Grandma, and the hugs and kisses from loved-ones, have been replaced with virtual meetups and well-wishes.
More Local Restaurants Hope Thanksgiving Takeout Meals Will Provide Them With Boost During COVID-19 SlumpWith restaurant dining rooms shut down and families choosing safety over group gatherings, local restaurants are pivoting to takeout Thanksgiving Day meals.
Lightfoot 'Extremely Concerned' Thanksgiving Could Become 'Super-Spreader Event' If People Don't Cancel Traditional Holiday Plans"It's better to have a Zoom Thanksgiving than an ICU Christmas," Chicago Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady said.
Many Seniors Will Be Alone This Thanksgiving Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, But Volunteers Step Up To Make Sure They Get A MealWith such high coronavirus case counts, the most vulnerable age group – seniors – will carry the burden of the pandemic this Thanksgiving.
Coronavirus In Illinois: Family With Daughter Home From College Goes Extra Mile To Prevent COVID-19 This ThanksgivingWith a COVID-19 surge going on, families have been put in awkward positions families to quarantine and stay safe – while also seeing their loved ones. this Thanksgiving.