Will You Take People’s Temperature Before They Come Into Your House for the Holidays?
The holidays are coming, pandemic or not, and that means lots of families are going to get together. So how are you going to make sure your Thanksgiving and Christmas don’t turn into superspreader events?
According to a new survey conducted by OnePoll on behalf of VCF Designer Looks, three out of 10 people say they plan on taking people’s temperature before they come into their homes over the holidays.
Here are some of the other ways people are going to try to keep their holiday events safe this year . . .
1. Trying to social distance.
2. Keeping a tight guest list.
3. Only having one person serve food and drinks.
4. Making everyone RSVP.
5. Only hosting events outdoors.
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