Thanksgiving, of course, is a time that most people want to spend with friends and family. Maybe you have a tradition of gathering at someone’s house with your extended family. However, a lot of people travel for Thanksgiving in order to spend the holiday with loved ones. Since COVID-19 is still such a threat, you might be wondering if you want to travel at all, or whether you’d prefer to stay home and have a small dinner just with your household. We’ll go over some considerations for Thanksgiving 2020 during COVID.
The National Fire Protection Association reports that over the Thanksgiving season, fire departments respond to an average of 1,000 turkey frying incidents. These accidents also cause about $15 million of property damage each year. Besides having a stellar home insurance plan, it’s important to know the other preventative measures to take before, during, and after frying up this famous Thanksgiving fowl. Here are some tips for deep frying your turkey so that you don’t have to make an emergency call to your fire department or your home insurance agent.
It’s that time of year again! Time to fire up the oven and get to eating some Thanksgiving turkey, mashed potatoes, green beans, maybe a winter soup, and, of course, pumpkin pie! Thanksgiving is a time for family and friends, but it’s important not to forget your four-legged family members in all the excitement. Thanksgiving presents numerous safety hazards to cats and dogs – all it takes is turning your back for a second and catastrophe can strike. Check out our tips below to make sure that your furry friends have a happy Thanksgiving.