Thanksgiving gatherings should be safe with extra COVID-19 testing, former FDA chief says
Former Food and Drug Administration chief Dr. - Zach Gibson/Getty Images/New York Daily News/TNS

The good news: America should be able to get together safely for the holidays. The bad news: Older relatives and the kids might have to get daily at-home COVID-19 tests to make it happen. Former Food and Drug Administration chief Dr. Scott Gottlieb offered his mixed prediction Monday about the upcoming end-of-year holiday season with Thanksgiving just six weeks away. “Certainly we will be (able to celebrate),” Gottlieb said. “Now have the tools available to create a much more protected safe setting for families to gather around the holidays.” But Gottlieb laid out a scenario that certainly did...