‘If my Aunt comes over, can I throw her a slice of turkey from the window?’

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News Story Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk by Rachel Sharp
Gov. Newsom announced new safety guidelines earlier this month for all private gatherings just as Californians were gearing up for the Thanksgiving holiday

Gatherings must include no more than three households, be held outdoors, last no longer than two hours and guests can only go inside to use the restroom

Masks can only be taken off to eat and drink, guests must be sat six feet apart and singing, shouting and chanting are 'strongly discouraged'

The rules come as cases are surging once again in the state with a 3.3 percent positivity rate and seven-day average case count of 4,325 per day

Newsom's clampdown sparked outrage among right-leaning celebrities 

'If my Aunt comes over, can I throw her a slice of turkey from the window?' mocked actor Rob Schneider

Right-wing radio host Buck Sexton blasted Newsom's guidelines comparing the holiday season to a 'visit to the ER' and said family is 'treated like a disease risk'

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