With the Thanksgiving holiday in full swing, the turkey industry is once again scrambling to get its act together in order to ensure that everyone can enjoy turkey travel on holiday.

The industry has been dealing with a lot of issues as of late, such as the emergence of new regulations, food shortages, and the spread of the coronavirus.

In addition, some companies have had to adjust their business models and services.

The Thanksgiving holiday was supposed to be a great opportunity to focus on turkey travel, and some of the turkey travel industry has had to adapt.

But things are not looking good right now, and there are some concerns.

According to the Food and Drug Administration, the number of confirmed cases of coronaviruses has been decreasing since the beginning of the year.

But with no new cases of the virus reported in the United States, many experts are worried that the virus could continue to spread in the U.S. until the end of the month.

Some travel agencies, like Turkey Travel, are experiencing a lack of demand from their clients, and are struggling to keep up with the influx of travelers, reports The Washington Post.

In fact, a new study by a leading food safety expert has found that, out of the 3.4 million people who have visited turkey travel websites in the past 24 hours, about 4.5 million have not bought turkey travel.

According to the report, the average amount spent on turkey trips at some travel agencies has increased from $18 to $26.

There are also concerns about the health effects of the disease and its spread.

For one thing, some of these travelers are likely not vaccinated against the coronovirus.

And the majority of the travelers are not fully vaccinated against coronavirs like dengue, yellow fever, and influenza, the CDC said in a statement.

Additionally, it has been reported that some travelers may have been exposed to the virus after visiting certain sites.

If you or someone you know is at risk for contracting coronaviral illness, the most important thing to do is to be vaccinated, says Dr. David Katz, an infectious disease expert and associate professor at the University of California, San Diego.

But the most effective way to prevent coronavosis is to avoid travel to areas with high-risk environments, such in regions with high risk of infection.

“In the case of travel, we have to keep in mind that if you do have any type of virus exposure, that you don’t know if you’re at risk, and you should be very careful with your travel,” Katz told CNNMoney.

He added that it is critical that travelers avoid places where coronavides have been reported, such the areas of Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia.

“That is the last place that you should travel if you are at risk of contracting this disease,” Katz added.

As of Nov. 24, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has said that coronavivirus has been identified in a number of individuals from 10 states in the Western United States.

The agency said that the number is expected to increase, but it is not yet clear if it will be a permanent trend.