If you're in the US, it's probably worth isolating yourself even more post-Thanksgiving break - whether you travelled or not. It's quite likely that cases will spike in the next 7-10 days because of everyone else's travels. Even if there are few cases in your town now, meeting people means that you will be exposing yourself to the risk levels of other parts of the country that may be in much worse shape.
And if you're in Switzerland, maybe avoid members of parliament? They just celebrated a 70-year old politician's birthday in the parliament building with crowds singing and playing wind instruments maskless. And then tweeted proudly about it.
I am not an expert on Covid, viruses, or vaccines, but I am a scientist with relevant training. I believe we have a responsibility to clearly communicate science to the public, especially in emergencies. So I started to write summaries of Covid developments on facebook in March 2020 to help friends and family understand the situation as it unfolded. This is an archive of those posts (created much later).
I also track the spread of alarming Covid variants at http://covidvarianttracking.com/ and map the consequences of faster variant spreading at https://tabsoft.co/2YwHCmZ.
Please do let me know if you find errors in the most recent posts.