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Medicine’s Mark Cameron weighed in on how COVID-19 could impact upcoming holidays

How can we save Halloween and holidays from the coronavirus?

cleveland.comMark Cameron, an associate professor in the School of Medicine, said that traditional trick-or-treating is risky if COVID-19 numbers don’t start dropping. But Ohioans could salvage small holiday gatherings like Thanksgiving, Christmas or Chanukah if they follow the recommendations designed to curb the spread of the virus.