Concerns of a post-Thanksgiving COVID-19 caseload surge are growing
Despite recommendations not to travel for Thanksgiving, many people did take trips to visit family and friends for the holiday. Now some public health officials are worried about a post-Thanksgiving surge with COVID-19 cases already trending in the wrong direction. KTVU'S Alex Savidge talks with longtime public health expert Dr Vanila Singh, a Former Chief Medical Officer at the Dept. of Health & Human Services (HHS), about the concerns.