Is it Safe to BBQ This Weekend?

Memorial Day is usually a weekend that we not only celebrate our fallen soldiers, but it’s also a time that we get together as family and friends while many of us throw something on the grill.

But this year is a little different.

With the “shelter-at-home” orders and social distancing guidelines just now being lifted in many states, people are excited to get out and get together while others are still a little hesitant to start back. And rightfully so, as coronavirus cases at 1.6 million in the U.S. and deaths nearing 98,000, there’s still a reason to be cautious no matter how bad we want to get back to “normal” (whatever that means).