Despite warnings from the CDC and other officials, Americans flocked to airports over the weekend for Thanksgiving week travel.
According to the TSA, more than 3 million people went through airport security between Friday and Sunday.
While that’s nowhere near the kind of traffic you see on a typical Thanksgiving weekend, it was the biggest air travel weekend since March.
Americans are flocking to airports for travel ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, even as the COVID-19 pandemic rages across the country and after the CDC pleaded with Americans not to travel.https://t.co/jjl13nlTUp
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) November 23, 2020
Many health experts have urged Americans to cancel their Thanksgiving travel plans as COVID-19 numbers continue to spike.
Have you flown on a plane since the pandemic began? What are your plans for Thanksgiving?
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