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‘The decision to travel is a personal one’: Californians weigh COVID-19 risk amid Thanksgiving – KCRA Sacramento

The U.S. could see the largest drop in Thanksgiving travel since the 2008 recession according to projections by AAA.

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. —The U.S. could see the largest drop in Thanksgiving travel since the 2008 recession, according to projections by AAA.
Nationwide, AAA is forecasting a 10% drop in Thanksgiving travel, said Sergio Avila.
Avila is a spokesperson for AAA Northern California. He said the state is expecting to see a 13% drop in Thanksgiving travel this year compared to last year, with a 7% drop in automobile travel and 48% drop in air travel. Avila added that those estimates could be conservative….

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