Health experts predict COVID-19 surge after Thanksgiving holiday
South Texas Health System McAllen said they're ready for a possible COVID-19 surge but hope people do there part to avoid the spread of the virus.
South Texas Health System McAllen CEO Todd Mann said even with a COVID-19 vaccine on the horizon, people should continue to follow the CDC guidelines.
"Right now we're OK," Mann said. "But if we see a massive surge it's going to be tight."
Health experts advise those who will proceed with family gatherings to take the meal outside to a patio, garage or similar open space.
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