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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has urged all Americans to stay home this week and not travel for Thanksgiving. Despite the warnings, millions of Americans are still expected to travel and gather for the holiday, with the TSA on Friday processing the second-highest number of passengers since the pandemic started in March. NBC’s Blayne Alexander reports for Sunday TODAY.