By Bria Brown

(CBS DETROIT) – Thanksgiving dinner will likely look a lot different this year.

The Centers for Disease Control urges families who typically travel to instead stay home and enjoy a virtual turkey day instead.

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The agency says we should all celebrate with people only living in the same household and Facetime or Zoom with relatives out of state.

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The CDC has also added Black Friday shopping to its list of high-risk categories citing large crowds.

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