Concerned about the coronavirus, Pharr family adjusts Thanksgiving plans
At the Sauceda family home in Pharr, Thanksgiving will be a little quieter this year.
Adan Sauceda usually invites the whole family over for Thanksgiving.
This year, though, Sauceda said he's keeping the get-together small because he wants to protect his family from COVID-19.
Sauceda is especially concerned about his two grandchildren.
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