Happy Lunar New Year!

From the Oprah Magazine:

The Lunar New Year, most commonly associated with the Chinese New Year or Spring Festival, typically falls sometime between January 21 and February 20 annually. Lunar New Year 2021 is on February 12, and in terms of the Chinese zodiac animal, it’s the Year of the Ox.

The Lunar New Year isn’t only observed in China, it’s celebrated across several countries and other territories in Asia, including South Korea and Singapore. In Vietnam, Lunar New Year is known as Tết, and in Tibet it’s Losar. In the U.S., though, it’s most commonly associated with what’s often called Chinese New Year, the American version of China’s 15-day-long festivities.

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Have a Safe Thanksgiving

From the Centers for Disease Control (CDC):

More than 1 million COVID-19 cases were reported in the United States over the last 7 days.

As cases continue to increase rapidly across the United States, the safest way to celebrate Thanksgiving is to celebrate at home with the people you live with.

Gatherings with family and friends who do not live with you can increase the chances of getting or spreading COVID-19 or the flu.

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Se notificaron más de 1 millón de casos de COVID-19 en los Estados Unidos en los últimos 7 días.

Mientras los casos sigan incrementándose rápidamente en los Estados Unidos, la forma más segura de celebrar el Día de Acción de Gracias es hacerlo en casa, con las personas que viven con usted.

Los encuentros con familiares y amigos que no viven con usted pueden aumentar las probabilidades de contraer o propagar el COVID-19 o la influenza.

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在过去7天内,美国报告了超过100万例COVID-19病例。

随着美国各地病例的迅速增加,庆祝感恩节最安全的方式是与同住者一起在家庆祝。

非同住的家人和朋友聚会可能增加感染或传播COVID-19流感的机会

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