WalletHub's List Of The Safest States In Which To Celebrate Thanksgiving
No doubt, Thanksgiving 2020 won't look much like previous Thanksgiving celebrations most of us have experienced in past years. With health safety being of paramount concern this year, WalletHub compared the 50 states across 10 key metrics to determine which ones might provide the safest conditions for Thanksgiving get-togethers.
WalletHub's analysis included data to see how each state is handling the COVID-19 pandemic, including positive tests and deaths per capita in the past week, as well as other indicators of general safety like the crime rate and the average number of DUI-related fatalities in November.
Wondering how safe your state is? Click on the interactive map below.
Will seeing these statistics change your mind about how and where to spend Thanksgiving this year?
However you decide to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday this year, please remember to stay safe and remember that in spite of this pandemic we are living through, each of us has something to be grateful for.
And if you are not able to gather with loved ones this year, as Robert Caspar Lintner said:
“Thanksgiving was never meant to be shut up in a single day.”