Your Labor Day BBQ Doesn’t Have to Be a Bummer:
Health experts now say that even smaller get-togethers can still be a big risk, like the family BBQ for 10 or less. One doctor tells USA Today “these small events add up to a lot” and said he’s treated a number of patients who have contracted the virus at barbecues. But the good news is that this thing will eventually ease up.
[A study out of Maryland, last month, reveals that nearly half the people who tested positive for coronavirus had attended a family gathering. And about one quarter had attended a house party.]
Till then, we can video conference, from BBQ to BBQ, while we enjoy Luke Bryan’s Labor Day special, on WCCQ, Monday from 4-7.