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Many Americans are mourning the loss of Thanksgiving traditions due to the coronavirus pandemic, such as family gatherings. But some are seeking new rituals to mark the holiday. Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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Families And Friends Mourn Loss Of Thanksgiving Traditions, Seek New Ones

Thanksgiving usually means gatherings and celebrating abundance. As the pandemic rules out crowded tables, Americans mourn missed traditions and build new ones.

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Many Americans are mourning the loss of Thanksgiving traditions due to the coronavirus pandemic, such as family gatherings. But some are seeking new rituals to mark the holiday. Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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Families And Friends Mourn Loss Of Thanksgiving Traditions, Seek New Ones

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