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Advice on how to celebrate the holiday season with Covid-19 cases increasing

Mayor Wu gets Booster
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Nathan Jacobs, of Boston gets his Covid Booster shot from Sassy Yogurtian at City Hall on December 9, 2021 in , BOSTON, MA.

We’re now in the second holiday season of the coronavirus pandemic, but this time there are vaccines. People have been planning holiday get-togethers and travel is making a comeback. Meanwhile, once again, we’re seeing the number of COVID cases, deaths, and hospitalizations on the rise along with a new variant. But this time around, we also have booster shots and rapid home tests. So how should we be thinking about holiday get-togethers and travel?
Joining me to talk about that is Dr. David Banach. He’s an infectious disease doctor and epidemiologist for UConn Health.

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