Celebrate Safely

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — As the pandemic continues into the holiday season, many people are uncertain how or whether they will be able to celebrate. We’ve compiled all the national and local recommendations on how to handle each upcoming holiday.

Christmas

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Friday, Dec. 25th

Yes, several annual holiday events have already been canceled out of an abundance of caution. But, not even a pandemic can keep Santa away this year! Read about how to safely celebrate the 2020 holiday season.

 

New Year’s

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Monday, Dec. 30th – Tuesday, Jan. 1st

We did it. We made it to the end of 2020. Now that’s something to celebrate!

Keep in mind that although the year is ending, our fight against the virus continues. Help K-O coronavirus in 2021 by celebrating the New Year’s safely.

 

Valentine’s Day

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Sunday, Feb. 14th

It’s safe to say after a year of natural disasters and a pandemic, we could all use a little love and kindness in 2021. Check out these COVID safe options on how to show your appreciation to your loved ones this Valentine’s Day.

 

More holidays will be added as we move forward.


Holidays already celebrated

Thanksgiving

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Thursday, Nov. 26th

Usually, when we think of Thanksgiving, we picture decadent dinners with plenty of family and friends to share it with. Although Thanksgiving will look a little different this year, there are still plenty of ways to celebrate safely.

 

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