How this Pandemic Has Unaffected Our Family Gatherings and Social Circles

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In Canada, we just celebrated our Thanksgiving Day a couple of weekends ago. With the pandemic gaining force, the province’s health officer recommended keeping our family gatherings to less than ten people. It appears the way the contagion is spreading; I can pretty much predict that is what the authorities will say for the Christmas holiday as well.

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I am author of “How I Took a Bartending Course and Traveled for Seventeen Years.” I worked in the Hospitality Industry for 38 years.

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Steven Nicolle

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I am author of “How I Took a Bartending Course and Traveled for Seventeen Years.” I worked in the Hospitality Industry for 38 years.

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