Dr. Anthony Fauci says his family has cancelled Thanksgiving festivities this year — and he’s urging other Americans to do the same. The country’s leading infectious disease expert says while the holiday won’t be officially called off, whether people decide to hold family get-togethers depends on how big a risk they’re willing to take. “It’s a beautiful tradition of getting family together,” Fauci says. “I think we need to realize things might be different this year, particularly if you want to have people who are going to be flying in from a place that has a lot of infection. There are many people who are not going to want to take that risk.” Fauci, whose three daughters have called off plans to fly in for the holiday, says “hopefully by Christmas” the coronavirus situation will have improved. Do you think the pandemic will be over by Christmas? What are your plans for Thanksgiving?