POLL RESULTS: How are you observing the holidays in 2021?

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POLL RESULTS: How are you observing the holidays in 2021?

From the CDC:


  • Protect those not yet eligible for vaccination such as young children by getting yourself and other eligible people around them vaccinated.
  • Wear well-fitting masks over your nose and mouth if you are in public indoor settings if you are not fully vaccinated.
    • Even those who are fully vaccinated should wear a mask in public indoor settings in communities with substantial to high transmission.
      • Outdoors is safer than indoors.
    • Avoid crowded, poorly ventilated spaces.
    • If you are sick or have symptoms, don’t host or attend a gathering.
    • Get tested if you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have a close contact with someone who has COVID-19.

Considerations for Events and Gatherings.

POLL RESULTS: How will you be observing the holidays in 2021?

Here’s how Milton Neighbors voted:

“Life is short, live.”

“Everyone fully vaccinated including kids.”

“Splitting into 2 days instead of all together – Christmas Eve -12 people and Christmas Day 18 people.”

“Adults are vaccinated and kids have no real risk.” [Editor’s note: unvaccinated kids can contract covid and spread it to others, and can get very ill from the virus themselves (source).]

How will you be observing the holidays in 2021?

With extended family/friends (less than 10)
With extended family/friends (more than 10)
With my household family only

Upcoming booster clinics:

Milton Health Department hosting Moderna booster clinics Dec. 22-Jan. 6


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