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On the Go! Canceling Thanksgiving in-person gatherings due to COVID-19. Will you do it?

Maureen Kyle, Hollie Strano, Austin Love and Danielle Wiggins share how their families are tackling this tough and personal decision.
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CLEVELAND — The rise of COVID-19 cases in Ohio and how it’s impacting plans this holiday season, that’s the topic up for discussion on this edition of the On the Go! post show with Maureen Kyle, Austin Love, Hollie Strano and Danielle Wiggins; four members of the Go! morning show team.

Dr. Anthony Fauci is warning Americans that we may need to cancel the traditional turkey day plans and other in-person family holiday gatherings this year because of coronavirus.  

Therefore we at 3News posted the question on social media “Is your family canceling Thanksgiving this year.” On Facebook alone, we received over 300 comments from users sharing their thoughts.

Yes 👍? No 😠? Dr. Anthony Fauci warns Americans may need to ‘bite the bullet’ and cancel Thanksgiving and other in-person...

Posted by WKYC Channel 3 - Cleveland on Thursday, October 15, 2020

All of this comes as Ohio reported over two thousand cases of COVID-19 Thursday for the second day in a row.

RELATED: COVID-19 in Ohio: Up-to-date case numbers & trends as of Oct. 15

The Go! team shares how their families are tackling this tough and personal decision. 

Watch the full On the Go! post show for Friday, October 16, 2020 in the player below:

Remember, we host "On the GO!" -- our special morning post show -- live each weekday morning at 7:05 a.m. on Facebook and YouTube. So grab a cup of coffee and join us in the conversation! We can't wait to chat with you!

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