3 West Coast states issue travel advisories as COVID cases climb
Several state and local officials announced new pauses, freezes and other restrictions in an effort to stop the spread in communities across the country.
Turkey may still be on the menu this Thanksgiving, but for many Americans, travel is not. Rising virus cases, lockdowns and public health guidance discouraging trips are having an impact on this year's holiday season travel. (Nov. 23) One million of those cases were recorded just in the last week The CDC has issued a Thanksgiving travel warning as cases rise before the holiday, and Pfizer files for emergency use authorization for its vaccine. The CDC is encouraging Americans to celebrate Thanksgiving at home instead of traveling this year as COVID-19 hospitalizations hit a record high. The agency has also updated its guidance about face masks, saying they help protect people from getting the coronavirus, not just spreading it. Emergency physician Dr. Robert Glatter joins CBSN with details.