Anne Arundel residents change Thanksgiving plans as coronavirus cases surge, elected official urge people to stay home

In the past 45 years, the Stroops have either celebrated with their children at home, or traveled to Arizona, Connecticut or nearby Crofton, to spend time with their three boys and seven grandchildren. But this year, they all agreed the risk of contracting or transmitting COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, was just too risky, Pat Stroop said.

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