I have always cooked Thanksgiving dinner for our family and after my 2 girls married then they would come over with the grand kids and eat at my house. This year we are not doing that because of the Chinese virus and we are too old and have some health problems and are not going to risk the gathering. So, I am going to still cook the Turkey, dressing, green bean casserole, mashed potatoes, and I will build packages for each of their families and drive them over to their houses for them to eat. We are actually doing Thanksgiving this year on Friday because one of my sons-in-law is a first responder and will be on duty at either the fire station or the hospital (he is a firefighter/paramedic and a trauma center emergency room nurse) on Thursday, so we move Thanksgiving around to suit his schedule. So, I will still do all the cooking and the wife and I will deliver to each of their homes on Friday, then we will all get set to eat and zoom with everyone. Won't be the same, but will still give thanks for what we do have.